Welcome to The Parish of St Fagans and Michaelston-super-Ely
St Mary’s Church is the historic church in the village of St Fagans. St Mary’s was founded in the 12th century. Little is known of the form of the church then except that it would have been in the Norman style and essentially simple in construction.
Further development took place over the following eight centuries in three main stages. First the change to the Decorated style in the 14th century, the addition of the tower in the 18th century and lastly the substantial restoration during the Victorian period including the major addition of the north aisle and vestry. in 1860.
To Enquire about a Wedding, or a Baptism …… To Ask about church activities in this parish, and how you can be involved ….. To Raise any question about the Christian faith, and how you could find out more ……
Please contact:- the Ven Peggy Jackson on: 02920 567 393 or email: email@example.com.
Fantastic fun as the St Mary’s players presented Doreen’s latest ‘who dunnit’ Murder Mystery play. A packed Village Hall were kept guessing but eventually all was revealed. The ‘vicar’ did it!!! Well done to those table teams who successfully solved the heinous crime. Well done also to all helped out the evening on. Funds raised will support the ministry of St Mary’s.
The Church Wardens delivering food to the Food Bank after our Harvest Thanksgiving.
Heads down for our Quiz Night!
Residents of the Court Nursing Home enjoying open air Songs of Praise
A photo of the cleaned War Memorial. The contractors – Mossfords – have to come back to complete some repairs to the stone steps but importantly the names are much clearer now. Thanks must go to; War Memorials Trust, CADW, Plymouth Estates and the Community Council who all gave generous donations.
Junior Church Open Day and Picnic – enjoyed by all!
Grace and Abbie with Bishop Dominic at their Confirmation at All Saints Church Penarth. Congratulations from all at St Mary’s
Our Church Summer Fete in full swing-
Confirmation of our young ones at Llanharry with Bishop Dominic