The Parish of Caerleon

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Welcome to St Cadoc’s Church!

We are a large urban parish in south east Wales, situated in the ancient town of Caerleon, near Newport. We are linked with the parishes of Llanhennock, and Llanfrechfa with Llandegfedd and are being formed into one Ministry Area under the leadership of Revd Philip Cochrane, who joined us in April 2015.

The church building is located on the one-way system, next to the National Roman Legion Museum.  The building is generally open during the daytime, but may be closed for services or other activities.

We have a growing relationship with the Charles Williams Church in Wales Primary School, one of the largest church primary schools in Wales.

We do hope to welcome you in person. Come visit!

About the church

St Cadoc’s is a large church and is well-attended. We hold a variety of services – traditional and more modern and there is a welcome for everyone.

The church stands in the centre of the Roman Legionary Fortress of Isca, over the principia or headquarters building where the Legionary Standards were kept and statues of Roman Emperors venerated.

Service Times

Morning Prayer (30 mins) is at 8.00 am from Monday through to Thursday.

First Sunday
8.00 am Said Eucharist (40 minute service using traditional liturgy)
10.30 am Sung Family Eucharist (a shorter service than normal as no Sunday School, refreshments after)
6.00 pm Evensong
Second Sunday
8.00 am Said Eucharist (40 minute service using traditional liturgy)
10.30 am Sung Eucharist (with Sunday School in term time and refreshment after)
6.00 pm Evensong
Third Sunday
8.00 am Said Eucharist (40 minute service using traditional liturgy)
10.30 am Sung Eucharist (with Sunday School in term time and refreshment after)
6.00 pm Evensong
Fourth Sunday
8.00 am Said Eucharist (40 minute service using traditional liturgy)
10.30 am Sung Eucharist (with Sunday School in term time and refreshment after)
6.00 pm Evensong
Fifth Sunday
8.00 am Said Eucharist (40 minute service using traditional liturgy)
6.00 pm Evensong

Other Services

Wednesdays 10.30 am Holy Eucharist (followed by refreshments)

Opening Times

The church building is generally open during daylight hours but may be closed unannounced.

Public Transport

Caerleon is well served by public transport and there is adequate parking in public car parks. Street parking is quite limited and the town gets very congested at school drop off and pick up times.

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