St Mary’s Fishguard

St Mary’s Church welcomes both those who live in Fishguard and those who come to the area on holiday.

Service Times normally as stated below but chEck “other services’ for changes on specific dates

First Sunday
08.00  Holy Communion (trad)
10.00  Holy Communion
Second Sunday
08.00  Holy Communion ,(trad)
10.00  All age worship
Third Sunday
08.00  Holy Communion (trad)
10.00  Holy Communion,
Fourth Sunday
08.00  Holy Communion (trad)
10.00  Holy Communion,
Fifth Sunday
10.00  Holy Communion,
15.00  Cymun Bendigaid (Holy Communion in Welsh)

Other Services

Fridays, 10am, Holy Communion (trad)

December 1st

ADVENT SUNDAY

December 1st  ADVENT SUNDAY

LOCAL MINISTRY AREA  FESTIVAL OF LIGHT

a Service to begin Advent

6pm at LITTLE NEWCASTLE for all churches in the Ministry area

Sunday 15th December in St Mary’s

Bad Habits Church Fundraiser

                     7pm

with the Bad Habits choir

 

Sun 22nd December :

          6pm COMMUNITY CAROL SERVICE by candlelight with the

                                                                    Goodwick Brass band

Tues 24th CHRISTMAS EVE at 4pm:

we invite all young children with their families  to join us for a special celebration. 

For many years we have been enacting the nativity and this will  happen again this year.

If you would like, come dressed as an angel or a shepherd or a king but we do have costumes available for those who arrive without.

It doesn’t matter how many characters we have!

This year we will be making christingles as well and there is no more magical sight than the lighted candles in a darkened church.

So do come along and make this a special and meaningful start to Christmas

11.30pm CHRISTMAS EVE:

                      Holy Communion

Wed 25th CHRISTMAS DAY:

                    10am Christmas Holy Communion

Sun 29th December :

10am  Holy Communion

 DO JOIN US

 

 

 

 

Opening Times

Open every day, from 10am to 4pm at least.

Notable stained glass, especially works by John Petts. St Mary’s was built along non-conformist lines due to the influence of the vicar who commissioned it in 1857, Revd William Rowlands. It has side aisles rather than a central aisle, a prominent pulpit and a balcony. The building has been renovated this year.

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