St Mary’s Caerhun
In a wonderful location on the site of the Roman Fort of Canovium overlooking the River Conwy, the church of St. Mary’s Caerhun welcomes all, whether visitors or local. Services are held on Sunday mornings and at other times mainly in English with parts in Welsh. Please phone Rev. David Parry for details on 01492 593 402. See the monthly calendar in the lych gate, or visit the Bro Celynnin website. The church is open to visitors most days in the summer.
Ty’n y groes MC Chapel
A new English church working alongside the Presbyterian Church in Wales started in the Conwy Valley with the first Sunday celebration being held on 1st January, 2017 in Ty’n-y-groes chapel. Services are held at different locations, followed by refreshments. All welcome. See www.chapel.wales for details of dates and locations.
Work commenced early August on the refurbishment of the chapel vestry. Stripping out has been largely completed. [Last update 22/09/18]
St. Mary’s, Conwy
St. Mary’s is located in the very centre of Conwy – very much a town centre church, with a great teaching and musical tradition which draws people from far and wide. For full details of services, opening times for visitors and events, click here.
Llangelynnin Old Church
Quietly resting over 900 feet above the nearest village of Henryd, Llangelynnin Old Church [OS grid reference SH751737] has a serenity and ancient beauty that captures the pilgrim heart, celebrated in monthly services from April to October. For the 2018 season of services, click here.