St Cybi’s Church, Holyhead


                    St Cybi’s Church, Holyhead


We are slowly opening our Churches while following the Church in Wales guidelines to keep everyone safe. Please wear a mask when entering and leaving the church – and during the service.
There is a service on Sunday morning at 11 am and a service on Wednesday morning at 10 am.
There is also a Bro Cybi Zoom service every Sunday at 9.30 am and on Sunday evening.  If you would like to join any of the on-lines services please contact Edna Aldred 01407 861388 or

There is more information on the ‘Services’ section of the website.
Work is almost complete on the work at St Cybi’s Church in Holyhead.  St Cybi’s Church, Holyhead, have been granted funding for significant repairs, costing over £250,000 to preserve the stonework, including important carvings, at St Cybi’s Church, Holyhead, which are being damaged by erosion and pollution.

The Church is pleased to announce, subject to a successful round two grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, it has now secured the necessary funding and authorities to start the work in the early part of 2019.

Funding has been provided by Heritage Lottery Fund (£158,500), W G Roberts Fund (£30,000), Garfield Weston Foundation (£10,0000), James Pantyfedwen Foundation (£5,000) Allchurches Trust (£3,000) and the Representative Body of the Church in Wales (£3,000).  These grants will help to preserve the church, and important part  of the town and local community for generations to come.


The Church is the centre of Holyhead between the new Celtic Gateway Bridge and Stanley Street.

Stewarding at St Cybi’s Church, Holyhead:  Stewards – St Cybi’s Church, Holyhead

Please see details of clergy on the ‘About Us’ page

Ministry Area Wardens:
Carys Griffiths (01407 763027) and Andrew Roberts (01407 763304)
Mothers Union 01407 860078
Mother’s Union Evening Group 01407 860078
Bible Study Group 01407 764780

St Cybi’s Wardens:  Raymond Worthington 01407 764962
Elwyn Owen: 01407 860191


Nestled  within the walls of the abandoned Roman Fort, Caer Gybi, is the ancient  church of St Cybi’s Holyhead, founded in 540 AD.  Now visited by tourists from around the world, the bi-lingual church has been central to the Holyhead community for well over a thousand years.  Please visit the ‘Friends of St Cybi’ Site for further information on the history of our lovely church.