Church of St Mary
St Mary's Church is set in the centre of the village of Herbrandston. The village is a Doubly Thankful Village - the only one in Wales. All service men and women returned safely from both wars, and from all conflicts since. In thanksgiving a beautiful deeply carved reredos was given to the church by the people of Herbrandston. The church also contains - a 14 th century effigy of an unknown knight. Two medieval corbel heads, one with a mitre and other with a coronet. They are placed one each side of the nave walls.
The Church is open daily approximately from 9 am to 6 pm - may be closed during pandemic.
The code for the inner door can be found on the door itself.
Our parish has been open for worship since the 11 th century.
As you come into the Church the real presence of God can be felt.
We are a friendly congregation and love to welcome new members to our church.
Children are always welcome, we have a selection of books, paper, and crayons for them to use.
We hold varied services in different styles, with a choir in the evening. Sometimes based on a particular hymn, a saint, favourite hymns etc. A selection of traditional and modern hymns are sung. Please book in with Steve Traynar (contact details below) if you would like to join a service.
1st Sunday 9.15 am Morning Worship
2nd Sunday 6 pm Evening Worship
3rd Sunday 9.15 am Holy Communion
4th Sunday 6 pm Evening Worship
5th Sunday 6 pm To be announced
Prayer meetings, coffee mornings and other events, are currently on hold.
For further information, please contact Focal Minister Steve Traynar on 01646 699023 after 6 pm or email him here
Alternatively contact church warden Sylvia Davey on 01646 695843