Restoration of St Nicholas Church St. Nicholas Church has been awarded a potential amount of £108,000 for the St. Nicholas Church’s restoration. Development Funding of £11,300 is promised within this award to help St. Nicholas Church progress detailed planning in preparation for our second-round submission to apply for a full grant at a later date…. Read more
Whether you live in the locality or just visiting the area, a warm welcome awaits you in the North Dewisland Benefice. Consisting of 5 churches open all day; St Rhian’s in Llanrhian, Church of the Holy Martyrs in Mathry, Church of St Nicholas in St Nicholas, St Catherine’s in Granston and St Cwrda’s in Jordanston. It was formed in April 2013, when Llanrhian parish was brought out of the Cathedral benefice and joined with the other four parishes, and Revd Don MacGregor was made priest-in-charge. Don was previously the vicar of St Mary’s Fishguard, and before that was the Chaplain to Loughborough University. He has now retired (June 2017) and lives in St Davids.
We are currently without a priest-in-charge. Please contact the churchwardens for any enquiries regarding services, marriage, baptisms, and funerals – details on the Contact Us tab above.
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Priest-in-Charge: position vacant
On Friday 26 May at 7.30pm, there will be an auction in Mathry Hall of donated goods. Wonderful bargains to be had, under the expert and entertaining control of our professional auctioneer, Edward Perkins. Come along and have a bid and enjoy the fun. Refreshments available. Viewing from late afternoon.
Llanrhian Summer Fete – Wednesday, 9th August 2017 Llanrhian Church will be holding its ‘Grand Summer Fete’ on Wednesday August 9th, 2pm onwards. Entrance £1, lots of free parking! Entertainment from Goodwick Brass band. Strawberry teas, stalls, cakes, plants, games, books, paintings, raffle, etc. A fantastic afternoon for all!
You can now view back copies of our much-desired treasure trove of interesting local tidbits – the Parish Magazine! Go to the ‘Home’ tab on the menu and click on the dropdown Parish Magazine link.