The Parish of Sully

A small rural parish in the Vale of Glamorgan.

About the church

The present Church is built on foundations which date from the time of The Norman Conquest and the coming of Reginald de Sully, one of the twelve knights of Baron Fitzhamon, to Sully in about 1093. When Reginald built his castle, he also built a church as a place of worship for himself and his retainers – and that church was dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. (Margaret Powell 1987)

 

SERVICE TIMES

First Sunday of the month:

11.00 a.m. – Sung Communion with Sunday School in The Old School (Term Time only), followed by refreshments in The Old School

Second Sunday of the month:

11.00 a.m. – Sung Communion

6.00 p.m. РSaid Communion

Third Sunday of the month:

10.30 a.m. – Craft activities in The Old School (Term Time only)

11.00 a.m. – All Age Communion followed by refreshments in The Old School

6.00 p.m. – Said Communion

Fourth Sunday of the month:

11.00 a.m. – Sung Communion

6.00 p.m. – Said Communion

Fifth Sunday of the month:

When a fifth Sunday of the month occurs then please see our Facebook page on https://www.facebook.com/sullywenvoeandstlythans for details of the services (or follow the link on this website).

 

Other Services

10.00 – Said Eucharist 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of every month

To arrange weddings, funerals and baptisms, please contact Revd. Jon Ormrod.

Public Transport

The Church is on the main bus routes of numbers 88 and 94.

The bus stop is adjacent to the Church and The Old School on South Road and is less than 100 metres from the bus shelter.

Access

The Church is located on the corner of South Road (B4267) and Cog Road and has ample parking in a lay-by.

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