Who’s Who?

Children, Youth and Family Worker

Catrin Hampton


Revd John Pritchard

John is a minister on his home patch having been brought up in Llanberis.  He has been the minister of Congregational churches in Deiniolen (Ebeneser) and Llanberis (Nant Padarn) as well as Presbyterian churches in Deiniolen (Cefnywaun), Llanberis (Capel Coch) and Nant Peris (Rehoboth) since October 1988.  In January 2017, two other Congregational churches were added to the pastorat, namely Bethlehem, Talybont and Carmel, Llanllechid.  From October 2008 to the end of 2014 he was the editor of Y Pedair Tudalen, the inter-denominational section of the weekly denominational publications.

Revd Dr Carol Roberts

Mr Clive James

Has lived in Caeathro since 1972 and a member of the Chapel there.  Also a local community councillor and Chairman of the village Playing Field Committee.  One of the Trustees of Caernarfon Rugby Club as well as being a rugby referee.  Secretary to the Trust.

Mr Richard Lloyd-Jones

Richard worked as a Teacher before taking early retirement.  He lives in Bethel and is one of the leaders in his local chapel (Capel Cysegr).  He regularly preaches in chapels in the local area.  A familiar voice on sports programs on Radio Cymru, he is particularly in his element discussing cricket and football.  For the last 20 years he has been the Sports Editor for the local newspaper, Eco’r Wyddfa.

Mrs Susan Williams

Susan teaches in primary schools in Rhiwlas and Bontnewydd.  She lives in Ceunant, Llanrug and is a lay reader for the Church in Wales. A talented singer and musician, she has released a CD of Christian worship songs as well as leading worship in churches for many years.  She co-leads the Christian Youth Club in Llanrug (CIC Llanrug) with Andrew Settatree.


Revd Marcus Robinson

After years of service as a Navy Chaplain, Marcus returned home to become mister of Presbyterian chapels in Llanrug, Bethel, Brynrefail and Caeathro.