Our Churches

St Ina’s, Llanina.

Situated on the coastal path just north of New Quay. Llanina church is open 24/7 all year round for visitors to enjoy its quiet beauty and atmosphere of prayer. Services at Llanina happen at 2.30pm in the afternoon, on the first and third Sunday of the month, the latter a Communion. Llanina’s ministry is supported by Revd. Canon John Rowlands, and by close links with Methodist ministers. Llanina hosts a summer festival of evening concerts. It is closed in January and February.
Service Language: English

Llanllwchaearn

Serving the old fishing village of New Quay, Llanllwchaearn is the largest of our churches. It holds services each Sunday at 11.15am. It usually has three Communions each month, with one lay-led service of Morning Worship, usually on the second Sunday. Its services are modern, with strong lay input.
Service Language: English

Holy Trinity, Cross Inn

Led by our voluntary Vicar, Revd. Judith Morton, again with dedicated lay support, Holy Trinity meets each Sunday at 9.30am (once the clocks go forward) and 9.45am (once the clocks go back). Like New Quay, it usually holds three Communions a month with a Family Service on the third Sunday. It also hosts a midweek Communion on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month, at 9.30am.
Service Language: English

Llandysiliogogo

Situated at the head of the Soden valley, just north of Cwmtudu, St Tysilio’s church is open 24/7 all year round. In a particularly beautiful rural setting, it holds service each Sunday at 9.30am: usually Communion on second and fourth Sundays and two lay-led Morning Prayer on first and third.
Service Language: English

St Carannog’s, Carannog

The millennium statue of St Carannog looks out from the clifftop over the beautiful bay of the village which bears his name. St Carannog’s church, a little further up the valley, is open 24/7 all year round and is especially popular with the village’s many summer visitors. Friendly and welcoming, with deeply dedicated lay people, it holds Holy Communion services on the first and third Sunday of the month at 10am.
Service Language: English

St Michael’s Penbryn

St Michael’s is the oldest of the churches in the group, an atmospheric building in a beautiful setting, with limewashed walls, slate floors and an austere beauty which its many visitors love. It is open to visitors 24/7 all year round. St Michael’s holds services each Sunday at 11.15am, usually Communion on second and fourth Sunday and lay-led Morning Prayer on first and third. Its ministry supported by Revd. Canon David Tizzard, as well its dedicated lay people. St Michael’s is also our most popular wedding venue.
Service Language: English