St David’s Mission Church

The Church was built in 1914. The foundation stone was laid on 21 March 1914. The first service was held in the Church in January 1915. The building was initially intended to be the Church Hall and the main Church building was to be built in front on the field. However the parish ran out of money and the hall, which was built of Ellesmere Sandstone with the inside lined with Ruabon brick, was converted into the church and a small hall built next to it, which is now known as the Institute. The field is used for Church Fetes and other events.

The Church was re-vamped in 2004, for the ninetieth anniversary and to bring it up to code regarding health and safety regulations. A new nave altar was installed and the steps inside altered so that they are smaller. Communion is now taken at the nave altar on Sunday mornings and at the High Altar on Wednesday mornings. In 2007 the Church upgraded the seating and now boasts over 100 comfortable chairs for the congregation.

Service Times

First Sunday
09:30 – Family Eucharist
Second Sunday
09:30 – Family Eucharist and Sunday School
Third Sunday
09:30 – Family Eucharist and Sunday School
Fourth Sunday
09:30 – Family Eucharist and Sunday School
Fifth Sunday
09:30 – Family Eucharist and Sunday School

Other Services

10:00 – Holy Communion

Public Transport

The church is served Monday – Saturday by the number 8 and 12 bus service throughout the day and the evenings and on Sundays it is served by the number 10. Both services stop right outside the main gate.


Fully accessible for wheelchairs. Disabled toilet available in the “Institute” next door .

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