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.
The Bishop of St Asaph, the Rt Revd Gregory Cameron has issued a statement following the fire at Notre Dame in Paris.Find out more
A pastoral chaplain and steward at St Asaph Cathedral is to receive Maundy Money from Her Majesty, The Queen. Sue Last will travel to St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle for a special service to receive the money on Maundy Thursday (18 April).Find out more
The Bishop of St Asaph has blessed the newly restored bells of Ruthin Church during a special service on Sunday 31 March, which was also Mothering Sunday. The eight bells, which have been cleaned and restored at the Taylors Foundry in Loughborough, were on the floor of the church and decorated with flowers for the “hallowing” service. You can watch a film of the blessing.Find out more
Visitors of all ages to St Asaph Cathedral will be able to step back in time to discover the history of some well-known traditions associated with Lent and Easter. A series of free, drop-in craft events will take place with the first, a Time Traveller’s Pancake Day, taking place on Shrove Tuesday (5 March).Find out more
Diolch am eich amynedd - rydym yn gweithio ar gyfieithu ein gwefan a bydd y tudalennau Cymraeg ar gael cyn bo hir.