Welcome to the Wrexham Mission Area

 Wrexham Mission Area

Ardal Genhedaeth Wrecsam

** Drawing people to Christ by nurturing faith and serving others **

Since the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday 23rd March, all churches in the Mission Area are now closed completely until further notice. The websites for the various churches listed below will continue to be updated with information. All churches have a presence on social media and will be posting prayers reflections and other spiritual resources. Please use the contact details on church web pages to get in touch. Clergy and others will be only too willing to help in any way they can during the present emergency. 

All weddings are postponed. Baptisms may only take place in an emergency and we are not permitted to hold a funeral service in church. Clergy are available for graveside services and those held at the crematorium. 

This is the name given to the Anglican Churches in Wrexham. Together they form the Parish of Wrexham in the Diocese of St Asaph which is part of the Church in Wales. We exist to make known the message of Jesus’ love for the world and to live it out in word and action. To do this, a number of events and activities are organised by the Mission area open to all. The main work is carried out through the individual churches.

The Mission Area Ministry Team currently comprises of 4 full time priests, 2 curates in training, 2 Church Army Evangelists, a number of Lay Readers, a Pastoral Assistant and a part time voluntary administrator. The team meets weekly for prayer and administration. A Mission Area Conference comprising of 4 members of each church meets 4 times year.

Each individual church governs it’s own affairs through a church committee. Click on the links to take you to the church websites.

St Giles’ Wrexham Parish Church

St. Mary’s, Plas Power

St Marks, Caia Park

St. Margarets

St John’s

St James

All Saints, Poyser Street. 

Holy Trinity Church
Holy Trinity, Rhostyllen