Services at Llwynderw broadly follow the patterns of the Church in Wales and the 2004 Order for the Holy Eucharist,

We also follow the Revised Common (three-year) Lectionary.

A variety of music is used in our sung services, from traditional hymns to modern worship songs.



8.00 am - Holy Eucharist

Clyne Chapel


9.30 am - Sung Eucharist

Holy Cross


11.00 am - Sung Eucharist

Clyne Chapel


First Sunday of the month


8.00am - Holy Eucharist

Clyne Chapel


10.00am Parish Sung Eucharist (alternating between both churches)

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10.30 am - Holy Eucharist

Clyne Chapel




10.00 am - Holy Eucharist

Holy Cross


When you choose to get married in church you are also declaring your love and commitment to God and inviting Him to be part of your relationship.  Including God in your marriage doesn't mean you will avoid all the usual ups and downs, but you will know  you can look to God for help and guidance and you will also have the support of the Christian Church family.


In baptism, you as parents are: thanking God for his gift of life, making a decision to start your child on the journey of faith and asking for the Church's support.  For your child, baptism marks the start of a journey of faith, which involves turning away from all that is evil, turning towards Christ and becoming a member of the local and worldwide Christian family.

The Church in Wales

Yr Eglwys yng Nghymru

Contact : Archdeacon Jonathan Davies

01792 512747

Llwynderw Vicarage, Fairwood Road, West Cross, Swansea, SA3 5JP

©The Parish of Llwynderw