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.
Churches and community groups in Wrexham are making plans to open a cold weather night shelter to support people who are sleeping rough in the town. The temporary night shelter which will open at different venues every night of the week, between January and March, will provide a hot meal, a warm bed, breakfast and safety for up to 10 people every night. It follows a successful pilot project in March.Find out more
The communities of Llangollen, Llantysilio and Trevor will welcome the Revd Lee Taylor as their new vicar on Sunday 9 December. The Bishop of St Asaph and the new Archdeacon of Montgomery, the Ven Dr Barry Wilson will lead the special service of licensing and welcome at St Collen’s Church, Llangollen at 11am. All are welcome.Find out more
The Bishop of St Asaph has been challenged by a group of young people to make the church more relevant and engaging. The discussion is part of a conversation between the Rt Revd Gregory Cameron and three young people, which has been filmed and released as the Bishop of St Asaph’s 2018 Advent Message.Find out more
St James’ Church in New Brighton has raised more than £1,250 over the last ten months to support ten local groups. The church has run coffee mornings, afternoon teas, hot pot suppers, brunches, lunch and speaker events.Find out more
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