St Ffraid’s Church, Trearddur Bay


PLEASE NOTE: There will not be a morning service at St
Ffraid’s on Sunday 3 October as we are joining with other
churches in our Ministry Area for a joint Harvest
Thanksgiving service at St Cybi’s Church in Holyhead at 11 am
ALL welcome.  A collection of food (tins etc) will be
made for the Lighthouse Day Centre in Holyhead.

st-ffraid-churchThere is usually a service at 11 am at St Ffraid’s – Holy Communion or Morning Prayer. During the Pandemic we are following the Church in Wales Health & Safety advice.   There will be an alcoholic gel sanitiser available – please use when entering & leaving the Church.  Please also wear a mask.

There’s been a Church at Trearddur Bay for 1,600 years. Legend tells us that St Ffraid brought the precious gospel message across the sea from
Ireland in a tiny coracle or sailing on square of |green Irish turf.  A  wooden church was constructed on the beach and stood there for many generations.
The site is now marked by a Celtic Stone cross looking out across the beautiful bay. Find out more about St Ffraid’s history


The church is situated on Lon St Ffraid, the main road through Trearddur Bay. It is on the left when travelling away from Holyhead towards Valley.


St Ffraid Churchwardens:  Marje Lee – 01407 861580
Leslie Corrie – 01407 741510

Ministry Area Wardens:
Carys Griffiths (01407 763027)
Andrew Roberts: Email:

Church Hall Hire: Ros Taylor 01407 860247