Welcome to the Parish of Wrexham website.
We are a group of 8 Anglican Churches and are part of the Diocese of St Asaph.
We exist to share the Good News and build disciples of Jesus.
Together we offer a diverse range of church and worship styles and share an active life and ministry together both to the 650 regular members who make up our congregations and to the wider population of the town.
Here you will find information about the Parish, each of the local churches and St Giles Parish Church as well as information on how to book weddings and baptisms.
If you cannot find the information you require please contact the Parish Office, 1 Temple Row, Wrexham LL13 8LY on 01978 355808. The office is open Tuesday to Friday between 9:00am and 12:00noon
Below is a map with the locations of each of the local churches.
Please click the markers for contact details.
Each church has a full section on this site, which you can access from the menu at the top of the page.
View Rectorial Benefice of Wrexham in a larger map
Please see the individual church pages for full details of events and contact details, but for quick reference, you can use the contacts below:
St Giles: The Parish Church
Parish Office - 01978 355808
Rev Canon Prof Mike West
St James: Serving Rhosddu
Rev'd Richard Hainsworth - 01978 266685
St John's: Serving Rhosnesni, Borras and East Acton
Rev Sarah Errington - 01978 266018
St Mark's: Serving Caia Park
Rev Emyr Owen - 01978 363653 or 07590 803669
St Margaret's: Serving West Acton, Little Acton and Garden Village
Rev Richard Hainsworth - 01978 266685
for St Margaret's Hall bookings - contact John Page on 01978 354018 (24hr answering machine)
All Saints Poyser St - Serving Hightown and Southern Wrexham
Rev Matthew Burns - 01978 264834
Holy Trinity: Serving Rhostyllen
Rev Matthew Burns as above
St Mary's: Serving Bersham
Normally, weddings and baptisms are only conducted at your local church so first you need to contact your local vicar, who will be able to arrange the service with you.
If you have a family connection to another church in the Parish, it may be possible to get married there, even if you do not live in Wrexham. Baptisms can also be held here with the permission of your local church if you have a connection to one of our churches. In each case your local Vicar will be able to advise you.
If you are unsure of where your local church is, check the 'Find a Church' tab to the left.
Clicking the marker nearest where you live will give your local vicar's contact details.
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