The Parish of Llandogo with Tintern Parva

The parish is situated within a beautiful area of the Lower Wye Valley. It includes the villages of Llandogo and Tintern Parva. Tintern is the location of the eponymous abbey visited by Wordsworth in the 18th Century. The parish is home to three congregations with differing but complimentary styles of worship, from reflective liturgy to lively family worship.

You’re welcome to explore this site and to get a taste of the Christian life of our parish. Better still why not join one of our services?

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About the church

The church in Llandogo village hall

If you’re looking for lively, evangelical worship with a growing fellowship of Christian families then you’re more than welcome to join us.

We moved from the Llandogo church building to the new village hall a number of years ago so that we could make use of the better facilities (rooms for Sunday schools, a kitchen, parking, etc.).

The fellowship is under the governance of the Church in Wales and of the Priest in charge (Revd. John Dearnley).

With three congregations the Parish is able to offer a broad spectrum of worship styles on a Sunday. Our services are tend to be non-liturgical with worship led by a music group.

Service Times

First Sunday
10:45,All-age Family Service
Second Sunday
10:45,Family Service (with Sunday school)
Third Sunday
10:45,Family Service (with Sunday school)
Fourth Sunday
10:45,Communion Service (with Sunday school)
Fifth Sunday
10:45,Family Service (with Sunday school)

Other Services

Opening Times

Public Transport

Access

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