St. Deiniol, Church Lane, Hawarden, Deeside, CH5 3LT

Named after Deiniol, one of the major Welsh saints,there has been a church on this elevated site since the sixth century. St. Deiniol’s church sits in the centre of the historic village of Hawarden. The congregation is proud of the church’s association with the family of Victorian Prime Minister, William Ewart Gladstone.
‘The Great Fire’ on 29th October 1857 destroyed much of the building, but it was restored to the building we see now and features many stained glass windows by eminent artist Edward Burne-Jones. The reredos depicting the Last Supper is attributed to Gilbert Scott.

Service Times

First Sunday
8.00,Holy Communion
9:30,Family Eucharist
Second Sunday
8.00,Holy Communion
9:30,Sung Communion
Third Sunday
8.00,Holy Communion
9:30,Sung Communion
Fourth Sunday
8.00,Holy Communion
9:30,Sung Communion
Fifth Sunday
8.00,Holy Communion
9:30,Sung Communion

Other Services

Thursday, 8.30, Morning Prayer

Thursday,10.30,Holy Communion

Messy Church – Usually the first Saturday of the month, 10.00 in the Tithe Barn  next to the church

For Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals and all other information, please contact the Rector, Revd Andrea Jones on 01244 520992

or the Church Office in Church Lane on 01244 534912 (messages left on the answerphone are picked up regularly)

Opening Times

The church is open daily, usually from mid-morning to mid-afternoon. Visitors need to climb a small number of steps.

Public Transport


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