CORONAVIRUS UPDATE (29 March 2020)
In line with the latest Church in Wales recommendations concerning the Coronavirus; it is now clear that the health and healing are best served by church buildings being closed. All church buildings must therefore be closed to the public until further notice; this means that churches must not be open for public worship or solitary prayer.
We will continue to post any important updates on this page, and also the Sunday readings via the weekly bulletin.
Please pray for everyone in our church community and for the world at this very difficult time – as we will continue to pray for you. If you have particular pastoral concerns, including concern for others, don’t hesitate to contact us (see below).
In accordance with the new Church in Wales guidelines, there will also be no funerals in church until further notice, and all weddings scheduled until 31 July 2020 are postponed; this also will be updated as further guidance is received.
Fr Rex Matthias (parish priest): 01745 584994 and 07393 639813
Revd Sally Harper (curate): 07919 986062
Our daily readings can be found here.
VENUE UPDATE (4 October 2019)
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE’LL BE MEETING IN THE CATHEDRAL FROM 6TH OCTOBER WHILE THE CHURCH IS BEING REORDERED. SERVICE TIMES ARE AS BEFORE – AND ALL MOST WELCOME AS ALWAYS!
The parish church is home to a friendly Church in Wales congregation in the very centre of our small city. The church has stood since medieval times, is hallowed by centuries of prayer and worship, and has been the setting for important events for countless generations of families from St Asaph and the surrounding area. Whilst our congregation is local we offer a warm welcome to visitors from near and far. We seek to serve God in our daily lives, and to show Christ’s love to all.
Please join us for any of our services or other activities, or just call by in your own time, as the church is open every day during daylight hours.
We particularly want the church to be a centre for the community – so if you have need of a venue for a meeting, a concert, or any other activities, please get in contact with the churchwardens or the clergy. To this end, we are currently working on plans to extensively renovate the interior of the church to provide better facilities for the community. The Church in Wales term for this process is re-ordering – see the re-ordering page for more details.
Our church and the cathedral make up the Elwy Mission Area of the Church in Wales.
Every person who walks through our doors is important to us, and a very warm welcome is extended to all. We invite you to come along to our church, to join with us in worship and in God’s word.