Encouraging people to become followers of Jesus Christ.
THE VICAR'S SURGERY HOURS
To book Weddings and Christenings and for other non-urgent pastoral matters the Vicar has a Surgery Hour in the Parish Church (entrance nearest to the car park). DURING WINTER MONTHS (October - April) Surgery Hours take place STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT on either Wednesday from 6.00pm or Saturday from 10.00am
WE REGRET THAT WE CANNOT DISCUSS BAPTISM OR WEDDING ARRANGEMENTS OVER THE TELEPHONE. ALL ARRANGEMENTS MUST BE MADE DURING THE SURGERY HOUR.
Prestatyn is in the Deanery of St Asaph and our Vicar is the Area Dean. Click on the Logo above to link to the Deanery website.
Prestatyn's Church Sound System & Hearing Induction Loop by Richard King Systems "Helping to Spread the Word". Click on the logo above for further details.
ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE BISHOP
To be announced on Sunday, 22 March 2015 at Divine Worship in the Parishes of Colwyn and Llanelian and the Parish of Prestatyn.
The Bishop of St Asaph, the Right Reverend Dr Gregory K Cameron is pleased to announce the appointment of the Reverend Canon Quentin Bellamy, currently Vicar of Prestatyn, as Rector of Colwyn & Llanelian. ...
Bishop Gregory warmly welcomes Quentin to this new ministry, and asks for your prayers for Quentin and his wife, Kate.
A service of collation and induction will take place on Monday, 18 May at the Church of St Catherine & St John the Baptist, Old Colwyn at 1900hr.
This Sunday's Services
10.45am: A Service of Dedication & Thanksgiving Welcoming Bishop Gregory (Parish Church)
6.00pm Sunday At Six (Church of the Holy Spirit)
And each Thursday Morning at 10 o'clock: Holy Communion (followed by Morning Coffee)
located on the beautiful North Wales coast, is a busy Parish of The Church in Wales in the Diocese of St Asaph. Our congregations meet at Christ Church (which is the Parish Church, situated on Prestatyn High Street), and the smaller and more intimite Church of The Holy Spirit (situated on Victoria Road, Prestatyn). You are invited to find out more by clicking on the buttons to the left of this page.
We tend to think that Church is definitely about people rather than buildings, and there are many and various activities which happen in the parish, details of which you can find in our weekly Pew Leaflets which are published on this site. Our Parish Church is open daily from around 9.15am until 4.15pm and many people call in to enjoy the quiet atmosphere, to light a candle and to say a prayer. We seek to be a welcoming community for people of all faiths and none. Worship in our churches is centred upon the weekly Celebration of the Holy Communion.
Holy Baptisms and Weddings are, of course, a major part of life in our Parish, and if you live in our Parish or have strong links with either of our churches, then these can be arranged at the Vicar's Surgery which takes place in the Parish Church on a Wednesday evening at 6.00pm or a Saturday morning at 10.00am. We have added new pages to this website to give you some preliminary information before you go any further! Check out the pages via the link buttons to the side of this page.
Work on the refurbishment of the War Memorial is now complete. This grant-funded work has been overseen by the Town Council. The PCC is looking into improving the state of the Church paths in the very near future. The War Memorial will be re-dedicated by the Lord Bishop of St Asaph, the Right Rev'd Dr Gregory Cameron this Sunday 19 April at 10.45am.
Easter Praise is the theme of our next Sunday at Six Service at the Church of the Holy Spirit at 6.00pm this Sunday 19 April. Refreshments to follow and a very warm welcome to all.
Our Vicar's final Sunday at Prestatyn will be Sunday 28 April. The Parish will then move officially into interregnum on 1 May 2015.