Welcome to St. Tudno’s Church
Croeso i Eglwys Sant Tudno
The ancient church of St. Tudno is a place of pilgrimage, peace and prayer and is an active place of worship within the Parish of Llandudno, including weekly open air services during the summer.
The first open air service of the summer season is on the last Sunday in May, at 11.00 am, and the final service is on the last Sunday in September. For the open air services, transport is available between Holy Trinity Church in Llandudno town centre and St. Tudno’s Church, departing from Holy Trinity at 10.30 am. There are also a number of special services during the year including Carols by Candlelight and the Easter Vigil. St. Tudno’s Day is celebrated on 5 June. More details of services and events can be found here.
A Friends of St. Tudno’s Church Group has now been formed and welcomes anyone who would like to join St. Tudno’s extended family. Please see the Friends’ web page for further details.
We hope that you will be able to visit St. Tudno’s and a warm welcome awaits you at our services. If you are unable to visit in person, we hope that visiting this web site will help you to experience something of this very special place, where Christians have been worshiping for more than 1400 years.
The church is open every day from April till October and on Saturdays, Sundays, Wednesdays and bank holidays from November till March, weather permitting. Please see the Map and Directions page for information on access. Visitors are encouraged to sign the Visitors’ Book and to write prayer requests in another book. When the church is closed each day, prayers are said for all who have asked and for all visitors.
A prayer for all who visit St. Tudno’s Church:
Father God, who led St. Tudno
To this blessed and holy place,
Lead us through life’s joys and sorrows,
Help us feel your peace and grace.
If you would like more information on St. Tudno’s Church, please see the other pages or use the form below to contact the St. Tudno’s wardens.
Thank you for visiting
Diolch am eich ymweliad
St. Tudno’s is a HiPoint! The HistoryPoints project provides information on more than 1000 places across Wales and the information is available via the website and at each location via QR codes which can be read with a mobile phone. At St. Tudno’s, the QR code is on the notice board by the west door. Links to nearby HiPoints allow visitors to plan their own historic tours.
St. Tudno’s has a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor and independent reviews from visitors can be seen by using the link below.