The Anglican Churches in the Monmouth Area

The Anglican Churches in the Monmouth Area



We are a group of Anglican Parishes belonging to the Church in Wales. Located within and around the beautiful town of Monmouth.

Each of our Parishes has its own history and unique identity but we recognise that we are all part of the Family of God and so we work together with one another, with our communities, and with our sisters and brothers in Christ across the denominations.

Our church buildings are currently closed due to Covid 19. However, we are finding new ways of worshipping and sharing together. Whilst we pray and worship in our homes, we are still one in Christ, and in solidarity with all who suffer at this time. We warmly invite you to join us.

Please scroll down for the latest service videos.


The new Priest in Charge of the Monmouth Group of Parishes

Revd Tim Karen

The Reverend Tim Dack is the new Priest in Charge of St Mary's Priory Church; St Thomas's, Overmonnow; St Michael's, Mitchel Troy; St Wonnow's, Wonnastow and St Cenedlon's, Rockfield.

Tim is pictured with wife Karen, Priest in Charge of the Monmouth Rural Group of Parishes and Co-Ministry Area Leader alongside Tim, sharing together with Bishop Cherry in the Episcopal oversight of all Parishes within the Monmouth Ministry Area/Deanery.


Revd Catherine Haynes
Revd Catherine Haynes

Revd Tim & Revd Karen’s Sunday Service for Pentecost 5 (Trinity 4)

Pentecost 5 Trinity 4 Sunday 5th July 2020 Readings


Eucharist Order of Service



Live-stream all-age worship with Reverend Catherine from 11am

Words for the live-stream hymns

Celtic Evening Prayer

Reverend Owen leads a service of Celtic evening prayer.

The words for this service can be found in this link.

Opening Times of the churches for private prayer

St. Mary’s Church, Monday – Saturday 10.00am – 12.00noon   St. Thomas’ Church, Monday – Friday  10.00am – 12.00noon & 4.00pm – 6.00pm Saturday 10.00am – 12.00noon   St. Michael’s Church, daily 8.00am – 5.00pm


Monmouth group of Parishes weekly Update

Weekly Update Friday 3rd July 2020 Monmouth Group of Parishes


Celebrating Pentecost Together

pentecost ribbons

Have you seen the red ribbons tied outside St Thomas’ Church on the railings? If you are in the area, you are invited to tie a ribbon for yourself, a neighbour or loved one, to show that we belong together.