St Dyfnog, Llanrhaeadr www.stdyfnog.org.uk

contact


Reg Fardoe (church warden)

telephone


01745 890202

email



when open


during daylight hours






WORSHIP


(please go to CALENDAR page for full details of services and times)

Sunday services


11:15am

weekday services


Wednesday, 10:30am

traditional


3



modern





services in Welsh


3


3rd Sunday each month

Messy Church










OTHER ACTIVITIES








TOURIST INFORMATION





Historic interest


3



Architectural interest





stained glass


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ABOUT THE CHURCH





St Dyfnog came here in the 6th century and many continue to visit his holy well in the wooded dell behind the church building.


The church is perhaps most famous for its glorious Jesse window, which was completed in 1533 and managed to survive the Civil War by being removed and hidden in a wooden chest until 1661 when it was put back into the east wall.


However we are by no means a “Museum of Christianity”, but rather an active vibrant church which reaches out to all in the surrounding area and beyond, to encourage people on their spiritual journeys by providing sacred space for all to use.


We extend to all the hand of Christian friendship and hope you enjoy your time spent here with us.