St Hywyn's Church, Aberdaron

Eglwys St Hywyn Aberdaron

 Eglwys St Maelrhys Porth Ysgo


Due to the lifting of some restrictions associated with the Covid 19 lockdown, St Hywyn's Church is now open for personal prayer.


Dydd Iau ~ Thursday 10am - 12noon & 2pm - 4pm

Dydd Sul ~ Sunday 10am - 12 noon


These arrangements will be updated when the Welsh Government lifts more restrictions.


To see what is happening in our Bro Enlli Ministry Area go to Facebook/broenlli


Gwasanaethau - Services

Dydd Sul - Sunday


Eglwys Hywyn Sant

Gwasanaeth y Cymun - Holy Communion

Dydd Sul - Sunday


Eglwys Maelrhys Sant

Hwyrol Weddi - Evening Prayer

3ydd Sul - 3rd Sunday


Eglwys Maelrhys Sant

Cymun Bendigaid - Holy Communion

Dydd Iau - Thursday


Eglwys Hywyn Sant

Gweddi Ddistaw - Silent Prayer

Dydd Iau - Thursday


Eglwys Hywyn Sant

Cymun Bendigaid - Holy Communion


The Churches are open from

10am - 5pm Ebrill - Hydref / April - October

Tachwedd - Mawrth (ac eithrio Ionawr) / November - March - Variable


Newyddion Diweddaraf - Latest News

From Pebbles to Prayers

Revd Jim Cotter came to St Hywyn's in 2008, transforming Rev Evelyn Davies' Stone Labyrinth into a Prayer Stone Cairn.

12 years later, this is still a focal point inside the church to which people return each year.

With limited access inside church, we have now started a new cairn in a sheltered corner outside.

Cairns on mountains paths show people the way, to walk in safety.
Our Cairn shows people The Way on a spiritual journey with prayer.
Writing a name on a stone from the beach, is a way of holding others in prayer.

On the last Sunday in October in a dedicated service they are returned to the sea.

If you would like to have a dedicated prayer stone placed on your behalf, email

Reflection for Covid-19 Crisis.


"And the people stayed home.
And read books and listened and rested and exercised and made art
and played games and learned new ways of being and were still.
And listened more deeply.
Some meditated, some prayed, some danced.
Some met their shadows.
And the people healed.
And in the absence of people living in ignorant, dangerous, mindless
and heartless ways, the earth began to heal.
And when the danger passed and the people joined together again,
they grieved their losses,
and made new choices
and dreamed new images
and created new ways to live and heal the earth fully,  
as they had been healed"

Unknown Author, forwarded by Rev. Andrew Jones  17.03.2020





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