The Grouped Parishes of Bwlch-y-Cibau and Llanfyllin with Llanwddyn

  Christ Church, Bwlch-y-Cibau 

Picture of Christ Church, Bwlch y Cibau


The Rev’d Hermione Morris
The Rectory, Coed Llan Lane, Llanfyllin SY22 5BW

Tel: 01691 648306

Assistant Curate

The Rev’d Jonathan Skipper

Mrs Jennie Castle; Mr Glyn Evans; Mrs Ros Crawford


Christ Church serves the small rural community of Bwlch-y-Cibau which is three miles from the town of Llanfyllin. The ecclesiastical parish has a population of about 100 and comprises of scattered farms with a small village nucleus where the church is situated. Besides the Church the only other community amenities are the ‘Stumble Inn’ public house and the Old School which is used as a community hall.


Sunday Mornings
1st & 3rd Sundays in month - 11.00am HOLY EUCHARIST
2nd Sunday in month - 11.00am FAMILY SERVICE
4th Sunday in month - 6.30pm EVENING PRAYER
5th Sunday in month - 11.00am GROUP EUCHARIST (at one of the churches in the Group)

We extend a warm welcome to Christians of all denominations to our worship.

The church is part of the Living Stones Heritage Trail and is unlocked during the week for those who wish to visit our beautiful church, and to find a quiet space for reflection and prayer.

Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals: please contact the Vicar


Christ Church joins in with many of the church activities taking place in Llanfyllin including:

The village has a community hall ‘the Old School’ which we use for meetings and many events.


We are very proud of our beautiful little church.

Christ Church was built between 1862 and 1864 to the design of Sir George Gilbert Scott (1811-1878). Scott was a British architect, and a noted designer, renovating many churches and cathedrals including Westminster Abbey. Other of his buildings besides churches, include the Albert Memorial (1864), St. Pancras Station (1865), and government offices in Whitehall (1861).

Christ Church is a Grade 11 listed building, built in plain Early English style and relatively undecorated in random local stone. Internally there is a wide nave, with a short choir and a semi-circular apse. Projecting from the North wall there is a vestry and an organ chamber. The roof over the apse is of close set rafters, which form a semi-dome. The church seats about 100 adults.

Apse of Christ Church

Inside features

Outside features


Last updated 24th June 2015.