Welcome to the Diocese of St Asaph. Our website is designed to help you find what you need as easily as possible. There are sections for those who are curious about Christianity, who want to find out more about our 216 churches and 51 church schools and the types of services, such as christenings and weddings, that we offer.
We’re committed to growing and encouraging the whole people of God to be the people God has created us to be.
More than 200 Anglican Churches make up the family of the Diocese of St Asaph and we want to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with our local communities.
A group of primary school children from Gwersyllt near Wrexham have raised more than £200 to support the opening of the town’s church and community night shelter. Watch the film as they tell the story.Find out more
St Asaph Cathedral is launching an escape-room style mystery trail for visitors to unlock the building’s amazing history. The Red Book Mystery Challenge involves a series of puzzles to be solved to unlock secret clues and crack codes. It will be launched on 30 May, 1pm-3pm.Find out more
Welshpool Church in Wales Primary School has launched a series of nurturing projects to support its pupils. The school has opened a Cwtch Room, launched a a family and community engagement scheme and offers the Transforming Lives for Good programme.Find out more
A church in Llanddulas is asking local groups and members of the community to choose their favourite hymn and explain why, as part of its 150th anniversary celebrations. St Cynbryd’s was built with money donated by the owners of nearby Gwrych Castle, the 19th century hillside castle visible from the A55.Find out more
In his May Ad Clerum, Bishop Gregory remembers the terrible attacks in Sri Lanka over Easter, saying those killed join the noble army of martyrs. They were targeted because of their faith, and they died only because they were worshippers of the Triune God.Find out more