St Richard Gwyn Communities of

Chirk, Llangollen and Ruabon


National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast 2020 Online

Hope and peace in a time of fear and suffering

Tuesday 30 June 8.30-9.00am

For more details: Click here

To read the letter from the Chaplain to the All-Party Parliamentary Group, Christians in Parliament regarding this year’s National Prayer Breakfast:  Click here

Covid-19 information:

All of our churches are currently closed. For more detail please see the letters from Father Anthony, and Bishop Peter via the links below.

Sunday Masses are being conducted live for this parish (see Facebook link below), and via the Diocesan website (see link below).

To read the letter from Bishop Peter please click here.

To read the letter from Fr Anthony please click here.

Help has been requested from the Prison Advice and Care Trust (PACT). They are looking for volunteers and donations.  For more details: click here

Parish priest: Rev. Anthony Nnamah, MSP

3 The Villas, 

New High Street,



LL14 6NW

Tel: 01978 821568

Email : PriestRuabon@rcdwxm.org.uk

Welcome to the web site for the parish of St Richard Gwyn. The parish has 3 churches. Information on what is happening in the parish as well as some information about the churches can be found here.

Sunday masses (normally) are as below:

6pm Saturday (Vigil mass) Llangollen   

9am Sunday Chirk

11am Sunday Ruabon

For weekday masses and the latest news see the :

(Changes are likely at Christmas, Easter, and Remembrance weekend)

The parish is named after the martyr Richard Gwyn, a school teacher who was martyred in 1584 and canonised by Pope Paul VI in 1970. It is part of the diocese of Wrexham. Charity number 700426