The Anglican Churches in the Monmouth Area

The Anglican Churches in the Monmouth Area

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Welcome!

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.

Until Monday 9th November, in line with Welsh government "firebreak" pandemic regulations, our church buildings are closed once again

From Friday 23rd October to Monday 9th November, church services with congregations are suspended. We will continue our online ministry, including Compline evening prayer throughout the "firebreak" period. Also, while Remembrance Sunday services on 8th November will not be possible in church, we will be live streaming the wreath laying ceremony in Monmouth town. 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.

Co-Ministry Area Leaders for the Monmouth Ministry Area/Deanery: Tim & Karen

The Reverend Tim is also Priest in Charge of:

The Reverend Karen is also Priest in Charge of:

Tim Karen on the Feast of Pentecost

MONMOUTH PRAISE! St. Michael’s Mitchel Troy with a Celtic Evensong and Community Action

Join Rev. Owen Williams and the people of St. Michael and All Angels Mitchel Troy to find out how the community around the church is building a playground, supporting local wildlife and running international charities. Plus the ancient chapel discovered behind old, damp walls.

Welcome!

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.

Until Monday 9th November, in line with Welsh government "firebreak" pandemic regulations, our church buildings are closed once again

From Friday 23rd October to Monday 9th November, church services with congregations are suspended. We will continue our online ministry, including Compline evening prayer throughout the "firebreak" period. Also, while Remembrance Sunday services on 8th November will not be possible in church, we will be live streaming the wreath laying ceremony in Monmouth town. 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.

Co-Ministry Area Leader for the Monmouth Deanery and Priest in Charge of the Monmouth Group of Parishes

Tim Karen on the Feast of Pentecost

The Reverend Timothy is Priest in Charge of

Tim is Co-Ministry Area Leader with the Reverend Karen covering all Parishes within the Monmouth Ministry Area/Deanery.

MONMOUTH PRAISE! St. Michael’s Mitchel Troy with a Celtic Evensong and Community Action

Join Rev. Owen Williams and the people of St. Michael and All Angels Mitchel Troy to find out how the community around the church is building a playground, supporting local wildlife and running international charities. Plus the ancient chapel discovered behind old, damp walls.

Previous online worship

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Highlights from live stream Harvest Service at St. Cenedlon’s Rockfield

We’re trying more live stream services as the pandemic continues to limit our worship. Please let us know if you find them useful, what you would like to see and if you would like us to try to live stream from your parish. It’s not always possible because of limited internet access. Sometimes we can…

Highlights from our live stream service at the Church of St Thomas the Martyr

We attempted a live service from the Church of St Thomas the Martyr on Sunday and because of that some of you who normally watch the service at other times during the day or week may have missed it. Here is an edit of the service with a couple of readings and the sermon, we…

Notices

The Feast of St. Luke – Bishop Dominic Walker

Bishop Dominic’s sermon on the Feast of Saint Luke and what the Gospel of Luke tells us about taking our mission out into the world. From the St. Wonnow’s live stream on Sunday October 18th.

MONMOUTH PRAISE! St. Michael’s Mitchel Troy with a Celtic Evensong and Community Action

Join Rev. Owen Williams and the people of St. Michael and All Angels Mitchel Troy to find out how the community around the church is building a playground, supporting local wildlife and running international charities. Plus the ancient chapel discovered behind old, damp walls.

Take a look at some highlights of our Sunday Service videos

We have been filming services in several of our beautiful churches around the Monmouth Ministry Area. Here are some scenes from just three of them. If you have a story to tell about your family’s history in any of our churches, we’d like to hear it!

Upcoming Events

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

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