Angle, St Mary
Bosherston, St Michael
Castlemartin, St Michael
Hundleton, St David
Lamphey, SS Faith& Tyfei
Monkton, S Nicholas & John
Pembroke, St Mary
Pembroke, St Michael
St Petrox, St Pedrog
St Twynnells, St Gwynog
Stackpole, SS James & Elidyr
The Rectorial Benefice serves a total of eleven churches.
The parish church of SS Nicholas & John (also known as Monkton Priory) is located in Monkton, close to the town of Pembroke.
Two other churches - St Mary the Virgin and St Michael & All Angels - are located in the town of Pembroke.
The other churches
SS Faith & Tyfei, Lamphey;
St David, Hundleton;
St Gwynog's, St Twynnells;
St Pedrog, St Petrox;
SS James & Elidyr, Stackpole Elidor (Cheriton);
St Michael & All Angels, Bosherston;
St Michael & All Angels, Castlemartin;
St Mary the Virgin, Angle
are set in the beautiful countryside and coastal area of the Castlemartin Peninsula.
An outline guide to each church can be reached via the Churches links.
Some guides are not yet available.
The Stackpole page will also guide you to further information concerning churchyard lichen and other items of interest.
The Bosherston page also carries a link to St Govan's Chapel. This ancient place of worship is now in the care of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
A further church (St Deinol's, also known as St Daniel's) lies within the Benefice and is now in private ownership