St. Cristiolus, Eglwyswrw.

StCristiolusRoseWindow

Location of the new War Memorial beneath the rose window.
Location of the new War Memorial beneath the rose window.

Rose window in the west

 

St Cristiolus Church,  Eglwyswrw

The church of Saint Cristiolus stands high on a mound in the centre of the village of Eglwyswrw in North Pembrokeshire at the junction of the A487 and B4332 roads.
It occupies the site of an ancient Celtic church and has been rebuilt several times over the centuries. The present building dates from 1829 but early in the 20th century an extension was built on the western end of the church.
This features the beautiful rose or wheel window, so called because of its patterned tracery arranged to radiate from the centre.

Service Times

First Sunday
09.45hr, Holy Communion Bi lingual
Second Sunday
09.45hr, Morning Prayer Bi lingual
Third Sunday
09.45hr, Holy Communion Bi lingual
Fourth Sunday
09.45hr, Morning Prayer Bi lingual
Fifth Sunday
If there are five Sundays in the month,we hold a United Service of Holy Communion at 10.30hr at one of the three Churches in the Benefice.

Other Services

none

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