A Victorian church built upon a site of ancient Celtic worship. The site pre-dates Christianity as there is evidence of worship on this ite dating back some 4000 years in the form of a large standing stone in the graveyard.
- First Sunday
- 09:30, Family Worship
Informal worship when we are joined by the local chapel Penuel
- Second Sunday
- 10.30,Celtic Morning Prayer
- Third Sunday
- 9.30 Holy Communion
- Fourth Sunday
- The church joins with the chapel for community worship
- Fifth Sunday
- 10.00 Holy communion in rotation with other churches in the Parish
Christmas and easter are always celebrated and details can be found in the Parish magazine
Of earlier churches little can be seen apart from the outline of the Llan, a fine early medieval font and piscina. The standing stone is impressive and like the founding saint is something of a mystery.
Public transport does not enter into the village but does run between Rhayader and Llandrindod on the main road across the bridge of the river Wye.