Below are some links which we hope you may find useful
and of interest.
Our Cathedral Church of St Andrew and St David is located in the smallest city in the UK. This ancient cathedral, on a site where worship has taken place since the sixth century, lies in picturesque west Pembrokeshire.
The Anglican (Episcopalian) Diocese of St Davids covers the counties of Pembrokshire, Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and parts of West Glamorgan. The web site contains information on diocesan activities and events.
Links are provided to diocesan sites and also provides access to a listing of all Church in Wales parishes and clergy. The site also shows useful resources, press releases and wide ranging
An extensive site detailing where to stay, places to visit, activity holidays, historical sites, what's on - and much more!
Information on Britain's only truly coastal national park - a spectacular landscape of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and wild inland hills, and a place of sanctuary for wildlife.
CTNW seeks to support all Christian Churches in Wales. It aims to encourage access to places of worship and to advance education through providing increased and better managed access (physical and intellectual) for the public to church buildings.
This page last updated 5th July 2007
The Trust was founded by Andrew Lloyd Webber in July 1994. The purpose of the Trust is to promote by every means possible to opening of locked places of worship and to enable those who need a haven for peace, solace and prayer, and those who like to visit, access. The web site provides details of all participating churches.
Located on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast just a short distance from St Davids, St Nons Retreat House is in the care of the Sisters of Mercy.
You are assured of a warm and loving welcome whether you book for your own group retreat or attend part of the organised programme of retreats and other activities. However, for ‘private bookings’ make sure you book well in advance - this Retreat House is in great demand!
There are more than 70 million members of the Anglican family in 38 self-governing Member Churches or Provinces in more than 160 countries. The Anglican Communion web site includes a Virtual Tour of the Communion, the Anglican Communion News Service, background information, photographs, and much more
The aim of the Network is to provide information about the challenges and opportunities for families throughout the Anglican Communion and work being done to help them.
The Refectory at St Davids is now open, offering a stylish and relaxed eatery in the heart of the medieval Cathedral buildings.
More than just the café, The Refectory is at the cutting edge of Britain’s food revolution, offering local, modern, seasonal fresh food that is beautifully cooked, yet offered at affordable prices.
The site contains details of towers, locations, practice nights, service ringing times, Guild news and various information and links.