St David’s, Wernffrwd

Wernffrwd, St. David’s – the ‘little church on the marsh’. SA4 3TR 

This mission chapel was built in 1898 alongside the marsh to serve parishioners when the main road was impassable. The church is of simple design with a single centre aisle and a Victorian stained glass panel is inserted in each of the east and west windows. The memorial tablets on the west wall commemorate wartime service and came from Penuel Presbyterian Church, Llanmorlais on its closure in 1998.
For church opening times, click HERE

If you are looking to stamp your pilgrimage passport for this church, the relevant stamp for each church is located in a box at or near the church door, or in some cases the box may be attached to a nearby tree or notice board.

For a more detailed history of this church, click HERE.

when the tide’s in, coming to church is a ‘challenge for me and it’s a challenge for my coracle’
the ever shifting tide between Crofty and Penclawdd
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