Welcome to St. Deiniol, Hawarden
Named after Deiniol, one of the major Welsh saints,there has been a church on this elevated site since the sixth century. St. Deiniol’s church sits in the centre of the historic village of Hawarden. The congregation is proud of the church’s association with the family of Victorian Prime Minister, William Ewart Gladstone.
The Great Fire’ on 29th October 1857 destroyed much of the building, but it was restored to the building we see now and features many stained glass windows by eminent artist Edward Burne-Jones. The reredos depicting the Last Supper is attributed to Gilbert Scott.
Borderlands Mission Area believes and proclaims the Good News of Jesus Christ,
This is Good News, because it encourages each one of us to realise that God loves us, that he has gone out of his way to meet us in the person of his Son, in whom he accepts us as we are. He asks us to draw on his strength to live life to the full, and to bring healing to the world. We invite you to join with us in sharing this Good News.
Prayer for the week
O Lord Jesus Christ,
who at your first coming sent your messenger
to prepare your way before you:
grant that the ministers and stewards of your mysteries
may likewise so prepare and make ready your way
by turning the hearts of the disobedient
to the wisdom of the just,
that at your second coming to judge the world
we may be found an acceptable people in your sight;
for you are alive and reign with the Father
and the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever..
What we Believe?
We believe that this local presence is an important sign of our desire to serve and work with local communities and organisations, not just those people who come to church.
We have a deep belief that God is present in the lives of every one of us whatever our situation, age and background – whether or not we belong to a faith community..
Church Lane, Hawarden, Deeside, CH5 3LT
Sunday 09.30am Sung Eucharist
1st Sunday of the month 9.30am Family Sung Eucharist