ST CYSTENNIN'S, LLANGWSTENNIN

St. Cystennin’s church is in a peaceful rural setting, surrounded by woodland & fields and is on cycle & footpath routes

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SERVICES

Sunday

 

9:30am  Holy Eucharist

MEDIEVAL WINDOW

Glass panels from the medieval church are stored in Llandudno Museum where the 9th/10th century Llangystennin bell is on display. The east window is a stained glass window of the crucifix scene,by Hebert Bryans who was a scholar of the eminent stained glass maker C.E. Kempe. The mark or rebus of Bryans is a running greyhound dog and can be seen in the right hand corner of the glass.

 

A bbc film on the windows can be found here


HISTORY

 

Information on the history of the church can be found here.

 


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Parish Office | Penrhyn Beach East | Penrhyn Bay, LL30 3NT

01492 541615

Email: office@aberconwy.church