• Hayscastle: Church of St Mary

    Wherever there is a castle in Wales the church linked to the castle will be dedicated to St Mary. Consequently, it comes as no surprise that the church in Hayscastle is St Mary’s, even if there is very little evidence of the castle still in existence today. Hayscastle Church is...

  • Jordanston: Church of St Cwrda

    The settlement at Jordanston lies on the ridge of land that separates the valley of two streams:  the Cleddau Wen and the upper reaches of the Western Cleddau. The recent discovery of a pair of standing stones near to the church car park is evidence that this was a site...

  • Llanhywel: Church of St Hywel

    A nineteenth-century guidebook describes Llanhywel as a parish ‘pleasantly situated in the north-western part of the county, and nearly in the centre of a peninsula stretching into St George’s channel, and terminating in the promontory called St. David’s Head. The surrounding scenery is pleasing, but not characterized by any peculiarity...

  • Llanrhian: Church of St Rhian

    St Rhian’s Church is situated within a polygonal churchyard, at the centre of what was a farmyard complex. The site is thought to be early medieval in origin. The cruciform church is a Grade II* listed building, constructed from random rubble stone with low-pitched slate eaves roofs. It consists of...

  • Mathry: Church of the Holy Martyrs

    Set on a hill commanding panoramic views of North Pembrokeshire and the coast, Mathry has claims to be one of the oldest settlements in Pembrokeshire. Mathry Church, visible for miles around, lies in the centre of the village. The present church, the fifth to occupy the site, dates from 1869....

  • Nolton: Church of St Madoc

    Nolton is a village and parish on the coast of St Brides Bay, five-and-a-half miles west of Haverfordwest. The name was originally Old-tun and this, together with the dedication of the church to St Madoc, suggests that the place was a pre-existing Welsh settlement appropriated by English immigrants around the...

  • Roch: Church of St Mary

    At the heart of the Village of Roch stands the parish church of St Mary. It was constructed in mid-nineteenth century on the site of an ancient place of worship, below the imposing castle, which was built in the early thirteenth century. The first church on the site was established...

  • St Lawrence: Church of St Lawrence

    St Lawrence is a twelfth-century church nestled on the outside of Welsh Hook near Wolfscastle and Letterston. It has justly been described as ‘a lovely, ancient church in the rural heart of Pembrokeshire’ and as a ‘spiritual place of peace and prayer’. St Lawrence is off the standard tourist trail...

  • St Nicholas: Church of St Nicholas

    Known in Welsh as Tremarchog (The Knight’s Estate), St Nicholas is a peaceful, picturesque village on the Strumble Head peninsula (Pencaer). St Nicholas Church is a little gem nestling in the heart of the village. It was last restored in 1865, but there may well have been a place of worship...

  • St Aidan Solva

    Solva: Church of St Aidan

    St Aidan’s is located in Upper Solva, above the village’s pretty and popular harbour. This is the newest church in our local ministry area, having been built in 1879. Consequently, don’t expect to encounter the ancient features that are present in most of our other churches. But there is a...