Following the completion of the reordering project; the urgent external masonry repairs; and the return of the church in to ‘normal’ use, it church will again become available to hire for a variety of functions. It will seat 140, with flexible seating possibilities. The details of the main and new facilities can be found in the ‘Reordering’ page.
The date and availability / use of the facilities will be subject to and in line with the Covid-19 (coronavirus) guidance issued by the Church in Wales and the Welsh Government.
- After-school club
- Coffee mornings
Contact our office (01745 535957) for a Booking Form, to arrange one-off events or long term hire; or for a general chat about the hiring of facilities.
Prior to the Reordering of the church, the Denbighshire Youth Service held a youth club at the church every Monday evening from 6.00pm to 8.00pm, where various activities were held inside the church and also outside in the church-grounds when the weather was kind. The ‘club’ closed for the school holidays. The youth leader was Gareth Davies, who was ably supported by three leader assistants who all ensured that a variety of interests and activities were catered for; the number of leaders present also ensured that support was very well provided and that there was always good safety cover for the young people.
The church provided the ideal atmospheric location for an evening of music last April, when the Ensemble 1677 performed a programme of Easter-orientated early music interspersed with more general secular compositions. Ensemble 1677 was founded in 2016 by John Hosking (Assistant Director of Music at St Asaph Cathedral) and the soprano Olivia Hunt; on this evening they were joined by other members of their ensemble – Francis Hills (countertenor), Richard Griffiths (countertenor), Bethan Royles (violin), Sarah Williams (recorder), Ed Wadon (cello), Grace Dixon (oboe, and the renowned organist Graham Eccles (percussion). A thoroughly enjoyable evening was concluded with appetizing refreshments provided by members of the congregation.
T@2 (formerly the Forget-Me-Not Tea Party)
A T@2 party is held each month in the church, where a warm welcome awaits everyone. This is e Dementia friendly event. A wonderful atmosphere is created with music, singing, games and much banter. This is traditional tea party with home made cakes and tea, and as you would expect, in china tea-cups. Please join us; or if you need any information then please contact either Marion Hughes (07841 160430) or Sue Last (01745 730060 ) who will be pleased to help.
Please check the ‘News’ page for details of upcoming dates and times.
For six weeks during July and August 2017 the St Asaph Choral Society, under the direction of Graham Eccles and John Hosking were practicing at the parish church. An ideal venue, where they had the choice of using the electric piano, digital organ, or the pipe organ.