The counties of Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Wrexham and parts of Gwynedd and Powys are within the Diocese of St Asaph. Find your local church here.
Mike & Roz Harrison in SWT
Revd Mike and Mrs Roz Harrison are spending nine weeks in our linked Diocese of South West Tanganyika in Tanzania.
A scheme run by the Church of England and available to the Church in Wales allowing Parishes to save money by buying some things in bulk.
The Diocesan Board of Finance is offering churches who pay the 2013 Parish Share in full a two percent refund in January 2014.
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Use the tabs across the top of the page to find out about the people of our parishes and the life of the churches. Access information about local churches and Diocesan administration. To return to the Home Page click on the Diocesan shield, top left. Contact us if you can't find what you need or with suggestions for the development of this site.
Information about special services, diocesan meetings, events in parishes and the Cathedral, are included in our on-line Calendar.
Join us in praying for the Bishop, the Clergy and people of the Diocese.
Download the monthly intercessions leaflet here.
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Year of Pilgrimage 2013 - 2014
Bishop Gregory has proclaimed that St Asaph's Day (5 May) 2013 until St Asaph's Day 2014 will be a Year of Pilgrimage for the Diocese of St Asaph.
A radical new vision for the Church in Wales was set out in a Review published last summer. On our dedicated Review page you can download the document, our Diocesan response and the latest updates on the process.
Find out all you need to know about this year's Triennial Elections to elect representatives to Deanery Conferences, Diocesan Conference and Standing Committee.
The Church in Wales wants to become the first Anglican Province to achieve Fair Trade status. To make this a reality, 70% of our Churches need to be using Fair Trade products. Find out how you can help.
Diocesan Directory Corrections
The Prince of Wales has visited St Asaph Cathedral to spend time with those affected by the recent floods.
The Cathedral office is taking donations for the Mayor's Flood Relief Fund.