Same-sex marriage and assisted dying are among the issues to be discussed by clergy and lay people from across Wales, at a key Church meeting today.
The meeting will take place over two days at Venue Cymru in Llandudno.
Members of the Church in Wales' Governing Body will consider reports on the two sometimes controversial subjects.
The 144 members will be put into small groups to discuss the reports, which outline the theological perspective on the issues.
They will not be asked to decide the Church's views on either.
Also on the agenda will be discussions about guidelines to accompany the Canon to ordain women as bishops.
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