Visiting our diocese?

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St Davids Diocese covers Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire, three counties rich in Christian history and heritage, ancient and modern.

We look forward to welcoming you!

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Explore our visitor pages

Visiting      Carmarthenshire?       Ceredigion?        Pembrokeshire?



Visit Wales has declared 2017 to be the Year of Legends – and churches are urged to get involved.

“In 2017 Wales’ rich and distinctive history and culture, one of our greatest assets, will be reimagined, retold and rediscovered,” they say

“We’ll shed new light on the stories that made us who we are, and uncover new ones that will inspire future generations. We’ll put our past in  a new light, and explore collaborations that engage  and excite.”

Download Visit Wales’ Practical Guide


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Welcoming visitors?

Practical step-by-step guides to help churches and communities provide the warmest welcome for their visitors. Croeso cynnes!


Follow the links for details on:

  • Resources
    • resources for churches
  • School and Group visits
    • how to encourage
      school and group visits to your Church
  • Accessibility
    • It is important that churches, church halls and churchyards are as accessible as possible for people with disabilities. This could be the provision of things like ramps, handrails and toilets for people with physical disabilities, but should also include provision for those with hearing & visual impairments or learning disabilities. It is therefore recommended that parishes undertake an accessibility appraisal or audit to ensure their buildings are as inclusive as possible. What should we do?
    • Write an Accessibility Guide
  • Church leaflets
    • want to make a leaflet? Read our guide first

The Tourism Team is setting up a database of parish leaflets as part of its mission to promote faith tourism. So when you’ve done, email us and let us know where to get hold of it.