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|Diocese of Bangor /
Church in Wales (Anglican) / Yr Eglwys yng Nghymru (Anglicanaidd)
|PARISH OF LLANDUDNO||PLWYF LLANDUDNO
This is the Parish Church,
it is situated on Mostyn Street
in the centre of Llandudno.
Regular Sunday services are held at 8.00 am, 10.30 am and 5.00 pm and services are also held on weekdays and Saturdays. On the second Sunday each month there is an Exploring Worship service in the evening.
The Calendar and Special Events list all services and events this month and give details of all special services and events, including lunchtime organ concerts in August.
Regular events include coffee mornings in the church hall on Wednesdays, concerts on Wednesday evenings and Male Voice Choir concerts during the summer.
The church has bells, a choir, Sunday School and a number of other parish groups which meet regularly. Visiting bell ringers are welcome to join the Holy Trinity ringers, please see the bells page for further details.
Holy Trinity has its own "Pay & Display" car park which can be accessed in or out at the rear of the Church. It is available for use every day of the week, with Sunday mornings being reserved for those attending services and the "Pay & Display" operating from 1pm.
This is the original church of Llandudno.
The church is located on the north-east
of the Great Orme, overlooking the sea.
Services include open air services every Sunday at 11.00 am from the end of May till the end of September and the parish provides a taxi service from Holy Trinity Church. Morning Prayer is said at St. Tudno's at 9.00 am on Saturdays throughout the year. Over winter Sunday services are held once a month at 11.00 am.
On Saturday 13 September there will be an open day and mini-fair from 10.00 am - 5.00 pm . On Saturday 20 September the Friends of St. Tudno's Church AGM will begin with a Eucharist service at the church at 2.00 pm. On Sunday 28 September at 4.00 pm there will Harvest Festival service.
See the St. Tudno's page for further information.
As part of the Parish's Commemoration of the Beginning of the First World War, a self-guided walk around the First World War Graves and Memorials in the churchyard has been developed. This will be available throughout the summer and the graves are marked with red ribbons.
The church is open every day from the beginning of April until the end of October and then at weekends, Wednesdays and bank holidays during the winter, weather permitting.
St. Tudno's Day is on 5 June and each year this is celebrated with pilgrimage walks and a Eucharist service.
A Friends of St. Tudno's Church group has been formed, and the Friends welcome anyone who would like to be part of the church family of St. Tudno's and support the work, witness and maintainence of this ancient church. The Friends have recently helped the parish to raise funds to re-roof and restore the church.