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STOP PRESS

THE LAST MONTH OF THE JUBILEE FESTIVAL OF CROWNS
As our festival draws to an end, may we again thank the wonderful team of volunteers who have enabled us to mount this very successful exhibition, which has involved much ingenuity, originality and very hard work! 

 

TOWER TOUR
The next Tower Tour will be on Saturday (13th) 10am - 12pm.
NOTE: the following one is changed to 3rd September
 

WEEKLY SERVICES

SUNDAYS

8am SAID HOLY EUCHARIST

9.30am ALL AGE WORSHIP

11am SUNG HOLY EUCHARIST

          1pm  Baptisms                    6pm  Cymun Bendigaid (First Sunday)

THURSDAYS

11am SAID HOLY EUCHARIST

 

Open Daily 10am-4pm

JUBILEE CROWNS FESTIVAL

June-August 2022

 

 


St. Giles’ Parish Church, Wrexham Tower Climbs 2022

Climb 135 ft to the top of one of the Seven Wonders of Wales.

View amazing panoramic views of Wrexham and see as far as the Berwyn Hills, the Mersey Estuary and the Cheshire Plains.

Children must be accompanied by an adult. Some climbs may be delayed due to Church services (eg Weddings).

Climbers must be suitably fit and able to climb and descend.

A £5 per person fee is payable to the guide on arrival at the Church.

  • Saturday 9th July 2022 11am and 12 noon
  • Saturday 13th August 202211 am and 12 noon
  • Saturday 10th September 202211 am and 12 noon
  • (These events are also on the 'What's On' Page)

Individual climbs are limited to a maximum of 20 persons and places are available only on a first come, first served basis


A visible and active Christian witness at the heart of Wrexham 

The historic Parish Church of Wrexham and one of the ‘Wonders of Wales’.

This magnificent building is a very visible sign of the faith of Christian people over many centuries

It was built to the glory of God and to celebrate the life, death and resurrection of his son, Jesus.

In this place, made holy by the prayers of so many generations, the people of Wrexham come to celebrate the joys of life, and also to seek strength in times of trouble, fear and sorrow.

There is much of the past here, but the church is not a museum. This building is a place for the present and the future; a constant reminder of the presence of God in our world and in our lives, and an encouragement to pray to him, and to worship him.

We, who worship and pray here regularly, hope that you will find something of the power and peace of God.