St Gwenfaen’s Church, Rhoscolyn

rhoscolyn churchSUNDAY SERVICES
Please note: There will NOT be a service at St Gwenfaen’s on Sunday 3 October.  We are holding a joint Harvest Thanksgiving Service at St Cybi on this day and will collect gifts of food (tins etc) for the Lighthouse Day Centre in Holyhead at 11 am.
On Sunday 10 October we will be holding a Harvest Thanksgiving Service at St Gwenfaen’s at 9.15 am.
ALL WELCOME at both services.

Level 0 Coronavirus
We are following Church in Wales guidance for our services.  There is usually a service of Holy Communion at 9.15 am, every Sunday. Automatic sanitising gel is available inside Church please use when entering and leaving.  Please also wear a mask.

Other services are held on Zoom including one at 9.30am every Sunday.  If you would like to have a link to the Zoom services please let Edna know – contact details above.  Further information is on the Services section of the website.

STEPS
We are very grateful to all who contributed towards rebuilding the steps at St Gwenfaen’s, offering a safer and easier way to enter our church.  The path from the top of the steps along to the porch has also been re-surfaced.

Bro Cybi Ministry Area Leader:  Rev’d Rob Wardle
Telephone: 07710 173 177  Email:  revrobwardle@gmail.com

Associate Vicars:

Rev’d Neil Ridings
Telephone:  01407 861663   Email: revridings@gmail.com

Rev’d Jane Bailey
Email: jane.r.bailey3@gmail.com

Rev’d Andy Herrick
Andy is also Archdeacon of Anglesey
Telephone: 01407 861084      Email: archdeacon.anglesey@churchinwales.org.uk
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St Gwenfaen’s Hall: Edna Aldred on 01407 861388
Email: gwenfaen@gmail.com

St Gwenfaen Churchwardens:
Susan Hanbury 01407 860569   Email: susan_hanbury@yahoo.co.uk
Edna Aldred 01407 861388, email: ednaaldred@gmail.com
Treasurer
Mrs Pam Naylor on 07790387571 email: pamelanaylor@hotmail.co.uk 

History

St Gwenfaen’s is on a raised site with spectacular views over a wide area of Anglesey, as well as the mountains of Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula. There has been a church on the site since 630 AD. The present church is the result of rebuilding between 1875 and 1879. Uncommon for a small country church there is fine stained-glass in all the windows. The windows above the altar are particularly beautiful.

Hall for hire

St Gwenfaen’s also has a hall, built in the Arts and Crafts style. It is available to hire. Please contact 01407 861388 for further details. Further details about the Church and the Hall can be found on our website: www.stgwenfaen.org