St Mary’s Church, Llanllugan 

Picture of Llanllugan church


Rev’d David Dunn and Rev’d Mary Dunn
5 Lon Cafnant, Llanfair Caereinion, Powys SY21 0RA

Tel: 01938 811929


First Sunday of Month


Evening Prayer

Second Sunday


Holy Communion

Third Sunday


Holy Communion

Fourth Sunday


Gwasanaeth Cymraeg

Fifth Sunday


Holy Communion

Church and Community

St Mary’s is a friendly rural community church which serves the communities of Llanllugan, Cefn Coch and Adfa, and the surrounding area. This ancient building was used for centuries as both a local church and the chapel for a Cistercian convent; intriguing pieces of evidence of its history remain, most notably in the medieval stained glass (including a portrait of a former prioress).

Read more about the history on the BBC website.

The main Sunday Service alternates between mornings and evenings, and usually lasts about an hour; it includes hymns, readings from the Bible, a sermon, and prayers. When we celebrate the Eucharist (also known as Communion, the Lord’s Supper or the Mass in some churches), we welcome any visitors to come and receive the bread and wine, or to receive a blessing if they prefer. One service each month is in Welsh, either Evening Prayer or the Eucharist.

During the week, the church is open for prayer and reflection. There are a wide range of local social events organised through the church (including fayres, sales of work, whist drives and bingo evenings), which are advertised in both Llanllugan and nearby Cefn Coch.


Last updated 9th October 2012.