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Church in Wales governing body vote on shake-up

13 September 2012 Last updated at 09:55 BST

Radical plans to reform and modernise the Church in Wales are being discussed later by its governing body.

A report in July recommended forming "super size" parishes run by vicars and lay people and holding non-traditional services on days other than Sunday.

A two-day meeting in Lampeter gives members the first opportunity to discuss the review findings.

They will be asked to vote on the report and commend it to the church for further study and action.

Judge Phillip Price is chairman of the standing committee of the governing body of the Church in Wales.

Church leaders vote on shake-up