Welcome to the website of the Parish of Llandudno.
There are two churches within the Parish and we welcome everyone to our services and offer the Eucharist to Christians of any denomination who would normally receive it their own church.
Our Churches and Churchyards
|Holy Trinity Church (Larger)||St. Tudno’s Church (Larger)||St. George’s Churchyard (Larger)|
|The Church of the Holy Trinity is the parish church, situated in the middle of the town between Mostyn Street and Trinity Square.|
|St. Tudno’s Church is the original parish church, on the Great Orme.|
|St. George’s Church, the former parish church was closed in 2002. The Parish retains responsibility for its churchyard.|
Most of the services are held predominantly in English though a Welsh Eucharist is held at Holy Trinity Church every Saturday.
Services at Holy Trinity Church are held continuously through the year. Services at St. Tudno’s Church are more seasonal with an outdoor (weather permitting) service every Sunday from the end of May until the end of September. A limited programme of services is held at St. Tudno’s during the winter months.
- The Monthly Calendar contains the latest information
The parish is an exclave of the Diocese of Bangor comprising the Great Orme peninsula and the part of the town of Llandudno to the north and west of a line running from the West Shore, along the railway tracks, through the railway station, and along Vaughan Street to the Promenade. To the south and east of this line is the Parish of Rhos-Cystennin which is in the Diocese of St. Asaph.
The reason for the Parish’s physical separation from the rest of its parent diocese is enshrouded within the mists of time. More can be read in the History of the Parish.
Life and Ministry of the Parish
Please use the menus at the top of the pages to navigate your way through this website and learn more about the life and ministry of the parish. To see the pages at a glance, use the pagelist.
Thank you for visiting our website, we hope that you will be able to visit us in person.