St Garmon’s Church is part of the Church in Wales and nestles in the heart of the village of Castle Caereinion behind the Red Lion public house.

“A church is known to have existed on this site since 1254, although the present Church of St Garmon is probably the third. It was built in 1866 in the Early English perpendicular gothic style and consists of a nave, chancel, vestry, porch and tower with broach-spire. It is constructed from squared green rubble stone with limestone dressings under a slate roof.” – Church Heritage Cymru

Please note that details may differ to those published below due to Covid 19 restrictions

Opening Times & Services

The church is open daily during the summer and when weather permits at other times. 

Regular monthly Services:

  • 2nd and 4th Sundays HOLY COMMUNION at 9.30
  • 1st Sunday FAMILY SERVICE at 10.30. A shorter service with a talks and hymns. Suitable for all the family.

Priest-in-Charge:  Revd. Alexis Smith

Church Wardens: Richard Oke and Colin Pengelly

We look forward to welcoming you to our church and services.

Church doors

Dates for the Diary

Remembrance Sunday this year is on 14 November. Our service will commence in church at 1045. The two minutes silence and the laying of wreathes and other tributes will take place outside at the Village War Memorial at 11.00.

Advent Sunday will be on 28 November at 0930, marking the lead up to Christmas.
Christmas services will include an afternoon Carol Service, Crib service on Christmas Eve for all, especially families, Christmas Day Communion; and subject to agreement with the Red Lion, there will be an evening of carols and mince pies in the pub. Further details of all these services will be posted later online and in the local notice-boards.

We support the WELSHPOOL & DISTRICT FOODBANK. A collection box can be found in the front porch for donations of in-date foods suitable for making a meal for all the family who might require it.

St Garmon's mono front