St.Llawddog, Cilgerran

CilgerranChurch

The churchyard at the Parish Church of St Llawddog contains a megalithic standing stone or Ogham stone upon which Ogham writing can still be seen. Also contained in the churchyard is the burial site and memorial to William Logan on Mount Logan, of Canada fame. Logan was the first Director of Geological Survey in Canada and mapped the coal mines of South Wales. The memorial was erected in the centenary of his death. The Parish Church was, except for the 13th century tower, constructed in the 19th century. The stained glass windows depict biblical and modern day scenes.

Service Times

First Sunday
11.00am Holy Communion
Second Sunday
11.00am Morning Prayer
Third Sunday
11.00am Holy Communion.
Fourth Sunday
11.00am Morning Prayer.
Fifth Sunday
If there is a fifth Sunday in the month a United Service of holy Communion is held at one of the churches in the group.

Other Services

Friday Club
every Friday 4 to 5pm in the church room

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