diocese-map-st-davidsWelcome to the Diocese of St Davids, named after Wales’ patron saint whose cathedral in Pembrokeshire is one of the jewels of the nation. The diocese also covers the counties of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire including the western industrial valleys and the town of Llanelli.

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FinanceClipArtGood news from the Diocesan Board of Finance!

Ministry Share payments for next year are to be reduced by 6.4%

The Board has also agreed that individual parishes in grouped benefices will be responsible for prompt payment of their ministry share, rather than the benefice as a whole.

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The reduction has been made possible thanks to a legacy worth £2.6 million left to the DBF by a wealthy former parishioner, Mrs Hazel Jones-Olszewski.

St David’s, Saron

Hazel was born and raised in the Amman Valley and attended St David’s Church, Saron, near Ammanford, as a girl. And although she spent most of her adult life in London, she never forgot her roots.

Hazel died in January 2013 and bequeathed the money “for charitable church purposes”.

Parishes, organisations and individuals were invited in March 2014 to send in suggestions as to how the money should be best used for the benefit of the diocese as a whole and as a lasting memorial.

Where will the money go?                                Read the family’s tribute


DiocesanConference.JPGThis year’s conference will focus on Ministry, as the diocesan strategy for growth, Growing Hope, gathers momentum

A series of presentations, followed by Q&A sessions, will gauge progress in a number of key areas: Self Supporting Ministry (Local), Lay ministry and Local Ministry Areas

Conference also hopes to welcome the Bishop of Bukavu to launch an agreement linking the Congolese diocese with St Davids

The conference takes place on Saturday October 4th at the University of Trinity St David campus in Lampeter.

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Bishop Wyn’s three-year journey to visit every parish – and every church – in the diocese is now well under way.

As he travels, he is recording his experiences in a Bishop’s Blog, meeting and celebrating with congregations everywhere he goes

Follow the Bishop’s footsteps

...and young. The church has a thriving Sunday School...

Browse the latest picture gallery from Borth and Eglwysfach



Your chance to travel in search of knowledge

The American Memorial Chapel Travel Grant offers £2000 to clergy wishing to travel to the USA in pursuit of a project that meets the aims and objectives of the English Speaking Union.


Explore the American Memorial Chapel in St Paul’s Cathedral



A package of diocesan grants is available to help with the development of our new Local Ministry Areas (LMAs).

The Local Ministry Area Initiative Fund has been introduced to provide financial support up to £2000 for the development of mission projects.

Find out more                      Apply