St. Mary’s, Whitchurch
Sunday Service times:
Services during the week:
|Thursday 10.00am||Holy Communion|
About St Mary’s:
Incumbent: The Rev’d John Davis,
The Rectory, Penlline Road, Whitchurch, Cardiff.
Telephone: 02920 626072
To live our lives in self-giving love to the glory of God, as Jesus did, so that the Kingdom of God may grow in our hearts and in our community.
‘ This is our God, the Servant King: He calls us now to follow Him;
To bring our lives as a daily offering of worship to the Servant King.
So let us learn how to serve, and in our hearts enthrone Him;
Each other’s needs to prefer for it is Christ we’re serving.’
St Mary’s is a large and beautiful parish church in the centre of Whitchurch, Cardiff.
Not so old as it looks, St Mary’s was built in 1884. There has, however, been a church on or near the site since the 14th century. It is a glorious building with a wonderful balance of scale and intimacy. While its primary function is, and always will be, the worship of God, it is a brilliant concert venue with a fine organ.
St Mary’s is part of the Diocese of Llandaff and is at the centre of the Rectorial Benefice of Whitchurch – “One Benefice – Four Churches, serving God and his people”. The Benefice of Whitchurch comprises St Mary’s in Whitchurch, St Thomas’s in Birchgrove, All Saints’ in Rhiwbina, and All Saints’ in Llandaff North.
- Rector’s Warden: Marilyn Duggan
- People’s Warden: Heather Jones
Please contact Jill Evans on 02920 625019 for information about
hiring the Church Hall for private or corporate functions.
In these Covid-19 times it is unfortunately necessary to reserve
a seat at the Sunday 2pm and Thursday 10am services.
To book your place, please contact Dr Geoff Foot on 02920 626563,
or email him at email@example.com.
Please remember that it is now COMPULSORY to wear a mask
in all indoor settings, including churches. For your own safety,
and for that of the general public, please maintain social distancing
of two metres, and use the hand sanitisers on entering and leaving
the church buildings. Sorry, and thank you!
Map and Directions
Coming from Junction 32 of the M4 you need to head for the A4054 for Whitchurch. Following this road down the hill you will eventually arrive at a roundabout known locally as ‘The Velindre’, where five roads meet.
Go straight on at this roundabout and you will pass Orchard Drive on the right (which is where the Rectory is situated) and just a little further on you will see the church at the crossroads.
If you turn right at this junction into Church Road you will see the Church Hall on the left hand side. Outside of peak hours you can park on Church Road close to the Church.