Welcome Croeso to the website for the Bro Celynnin Ministry Area Ardal Weinidogaeth in the Bangor Diocese of the Church in Wales. We serve every community from the centre of Conwy, to Tal-y-Bont in the Conwy Valley.


Church buildings are closed due to an increase in the number of coronavirus cases in the UK.

Click here for the daily prayer prayed by the Bro Celynnin Ministry Team.

Click here for the latest update from the Bangor Diocese of the Church in Wales.

Click here for the latest guidance from the Church in Wales.

Click here for the Church in Wales’ Book of Common Prayer Daily Prayer 2009.

Click here for the daily situation (11am) on Council services reported by Conwy County Borough Council.

Click here for the daily statement (12pm) from Public Health Wales and follow their advice for the protection of public health – Urgent Appeal.


The Bro Celynnin Ministry Area has five medieval Churches and we look forward to welcoming you back to them one day. Thank you for building God’s kingdom of love and grace. Diolch o galon.

Caru ConwyWhy is our website called caruconwy.com?

Caru is the verb to love in Welsh, and it’s central to who we are and what we do as a Christian community in the heart of Conwy and its beautiful valley. Jesus showed how transforming God’s love is for each one of us, and so we are called to love and serve our community.

Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and the most important commandment. The second most important commandment is similar to it: Love your neighbour as you love yourself from Matthew 22:37-39.

Rwyt i garu’r Arglwydd dy Dduw â’th holl galon, ac â’th holl enaid a’th holl feddwl. Dyma’r gorchymyn cyntaf a’r pwysica. Ond mae yna ail un sydd yr un fath: Rwyt i garu dy gymydog fel rwyt ti’n dy garu dy hun o Mathew 22:37-39.

Click here for the Sacred Trails.

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