Welcome to St Edmund's Church

St Edmund's Church St. Edmund's is the Church in Wales Parish Church of Crickhowell in the Usk valley in South Wales, serving a population of just over 2000 people. We are part of the St Catwg (Crickhowell) Minstry Area in the diocese of Swansea and Brecon.

The aim of all we do can be expressed in the call to worship God and express the love of Jesus in the World. This vision is rooted firmly in the Bible's teaching about what it means to be a Christian today.

Please use the buttons on the left to browse our website and find out more about who we are and what we do. Do come and visit us - we would love to meet you.

Worship at St Edmund's

Palm Sunday There are services every Sunday in the month, to which all are warmly invited. Visitors will find a lively congregation, worshipping, witnessing and working within the local community.

First Sunday

8.15am Holy Communion (Church in Wales, 1984)
10.45am Morning Praise

Second Sunday

9.30am Combined Holy Communion
4.00pm Family@4: Messy-church for young familes (except during August)

Third and Fourth Sundays

8.15am Holy Communion (Church in Wales, 1984)
10.45am Holy Communion (modern rite)

Fifth Sunday

8.15am Holy Communion (Church in Wales, 1984)
10.45am Morning Praise

For more detailed information on these services and children's activities, please check the worship page.

Friends' Inaugural Meeting

Tuesday 22nd November at 7.30pm

Tina Andrews, the Church in Wales Heritage and Conservation Officer, will address the topic: “A sacred space in today’s community”, Brenda Gooding, St Edmund’s Project Manager, will update on recent renovation projects and future opportunities. This will be followed by a Cheese and Wine Buffet. Eric Gower will lead a tour of the church.

Everyone is welcome to come and consider how we can make the most of Crickhowell’s ancient church building and safeguard it for future generations. For further information, please contact:
Julian Stedman 01873 812512
or Rosalind Matty 01873 812953

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