Friday, 21 July 2017


Any news for our next edition of Mam's News? If so please send to me and I'll forward it. Thank you.

This picture of St. Mary's shows the crane used on the roof!!

Thursday, 20 July 2017

GREEN FLAG for Denbigh Churchyard

The Churchyard at St. Marcella's in Denbigh has been awarded a Green Flag for the third year running. Congratulations and thank you to all who help to keep it tidy.

Wednesday, 19 July 2017


Hi Val, I've voted for St. Dyfnog's!  Come on every one in the Denbigh Mission Area, you vote too PLEASE!  Norma

Tuesday, 18 July 2017


A very hot and exhausted Lay Reader arrived at Llansannan and promptly downed a bottle of water and 2 cups of black coffee! Even after getting home I hadn't re-hydrated and began the process all over again, BUT it was worth it especially when I discovered I had completed 17,000 steps!  The service of Evensong was lovely and I was pleased to note that I remembered almost all of it from my youth in St. Thomas's, Pendleton.

P.S. I'm the one in the middle with legs!!

Training Session

A very useful session
More pics of the pilgrimage

Sacred Wales

St Dyfnog's Llanrhaeadr has been nominated as a favourite Sacred Place in Wales.

50 Churches and Chapels have made the shortlist.  You can vote for your favourite by visiting.

Voting closes on the 31st August 2017


Tuesday evening, July 18th in Henllan Church Hall the training began!

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Mission Area Pilgrimage

On Sunday 2nd July Denbigh Mission Area joined with Aled Mission Area for a pilgrimage from Llannefydd to Llansannan. The Pilgrimage started with a time of prayer in St Nefydd’s Church before beginning the five-mile walk along the Pilgrim’s Way to Llansannan. The walk began from the back of the Church and after the initial steep climb the route levelled out along the Pilgrim’s Way. The views of Coast and Country were stunning. The walk took a couple of hours and cup of tea and a piece of cake was most welcome when the walkers finally arrived at St Sannan’s Church.  Llannefydd’s Mission Area Candle was carried from Llannefydd to Llansannan and lit at the start of the closing service as a sign of fellowship and unity. The walkers were joined by members of both Mission Areas for the refreshments and a service of Sung Evensong. Everyone enjoyed the day, the stunning scenery along the way, the company of fellow travellers and time to worship together at the close of day. 

Our thanks to Roger Mullock for arranging the day.