The Friends were established in 1933 to further the work of the Cathedral, as a House of God and as the Mother Church of the Diocese of St Asaph.
The Friends hold a yearly Festival Service, Lunch and Annual Meeting and regular gatherings in other churches throughout the Diocese.
In support of the Dean and Chapter, the Friends have made significant contributions towards a wide range of projects including:
- the organ restoration
- conservation of textiles
- interior refurbishment
- commissioning of the Dean’s cope
- production of the official guidebook
- provision of new chairs
Members are kept up to date with the work of the Friends through an Annual Report and have the opportunity to purchase specially-commisioned Christmas cards.
In joining the Friends you will be a member of a wide-spread group of people who have the satisfaction of knowing that they are making a real contribution to the life of the Cathedral.
There are a number of types of annual membership available:
£30 Corporate Bodies
If you wish to become a Friend of St Asaph Cathedral, please download and complete an application form and send it, with the appropriate payment to the Membership Secretary.
To maintain and foster interest in the Cathedral, both as a centre of religious influence and work and as an historic building.
To assist the Dean and Chapter and to keep the fabric in good repair.
To undertake work to improve and enrich the Cathedral and its precinct.
President: The Bishop of St Asaph
Chairman: The Dean of St Asaph
Secretary: Dr R Solbe
Treasurer: Mr Charles Rees
Membership Secretary: Revd Ginny Burton
c/o The Diocesan Office
St Asaph LL17 0RD
1) Tool tip
The cathedral is currently closed for worship but may be open from time to time for private prayer. Dates and times are shown on the weekly list