Worship lies at the heart of everything in the life and work of this ancient cathedral where …
St Asaph Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Diocese of St Asaph, one of the six dioceses of the Church in Wales. St Kentigern built his Church here in AD560. When he returned to Strathclyde in AD573 he left Asaph as his successor …read more
The Cathedral and the Parish Church will be open for public worship from Sunday 25th April. Strict and enhanced COVID protocols will be in place. If you intend to come to a Sunday service we will need to know in advance. Please see the Worship pages for details.
Choral Eucharist will continue to be broadcast live each Sunday and our Zoom Eucharist on Wednesdays.
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Llanelwy is the Welsh name for the place called St Asaph. It means the sacred religious enclosure …
Music has been offered in St Asaph Cathedral for centuries. We extend warm hospitality to all …
We depend upon the generous support of individuals and organisations to maintain this ancient …
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Coronavirus (Covid-19) guidance
Update: 21 April 2021
Moving from Alert Level 4 to Alert Level 3
A Practical Advice Update
Wales remains at Alert Level 4 but Welsh Government has set out the next anticipated steps of relaxing restrictions towards Alert Level 3.
It is anticipated that from 26 April, if public health conditions permit, the following relaxations will go ahead:
- organised outdoor activities will be permitted for up to 30 people
- outdoor wedding receptions will be permitted for up to 30 people
- outdoor hospitality can open
- outdoor visitor attractions can open
Precise details of what this will mean are awaited and Church in Wales guidance will be updated as soon as possible after details are published.