St Mark’s

St Mark’s Ysfa

A Victorian Church built to serve a scattered agricultural community. The Rev. Kilvert was present at the laying of the foundation stone and an account is to be found in his diary,
Today the church is the only public building left on the Ysfa,

Service Times

First Sunday
No Service
Second Sunday
9.30, Morning Prayer
Third Sunday
No Service
Fourth Sunday
3.00, Holy Communion
Fifth Sunday
10.00, in a rota with the other churches

Other Services

The Saints Day is celebrated and on the first Sunday after Christmas Day we hold a carol service at 3.00 pm

Opening Times

Open for services.
Arrangements for access via the Vicar

There is nothing ‘ancient’ about this church but it does have a font that may partly have come from either Abbey-cwm-hir or another local church. However its warm red brick interior walls certainly give a welcoming feel as you come in.

Public Transport

Sadly there is no public transport to this church but it can be approached by foot from the Halt petrol station between the Llanwrthwl turn and the Vulcan arms where the road branches left with signs for Nantglas


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