© St Bridget and St Cwyfan 2021
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WELCOME to the Parish Church of St Bridget and St Cwyfan in Dyserth, Denbighshire. Dyserth is a pretty village, situated between Rhyl and Prestatyn near the North Wales coast. We are part of the Church in Wales in the Diocese of St Asaph.
There has been a Christian presence in this village since the 6th Century, when we believe the Celtic monk Cwyfan founded a place of worship near the famous Dyserth Waterfall. Later on the Church became dedicated to St Bridget of Kildare. The fact that there has been an unbroken Christian witness here for nearly 1500 years makes our small Parish Church very special to us, and to the many visitors who come to see the famous Jesse Window, dating from the 16th Century.
We are a small but lively, friendly and welcoming Parish, who try to follow in the steps of our patron saints, Bridget and Cwyfan, by proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ and holding firm to the faith of the Church. At the centre of our worshipping life is the Eucharist, where we are strengthened on our earthly pilgrimage by the Sacrament of Christ’s Body and Blood.
We hope that you will enjoy exploring our website, and that you will be able to join us at some time at one of our services or events.
If you need further information then please get in touch.
St Bridget and St Cwyfan Church Council
Web site last updated 24/04/2021
A Warm Welcome
We are very pleased to welcome our new parish priest, Canon Timothy Lipscomb to St Bridget’s Parish Church, we hope he will be very happy with us here at Dyserth.
All enquiries regarding Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals are to be referred to Canon Timothy who can be contacted by email at
|History of St Bridget and St Cwyfan|
|Dyserth Flower Festival 2005|
|Walsingham Pilgrimage 2007|
|Dyserth Christmas Tree Festival 2007 Gallery 1|
|Dyserth Christmas Tree Festival 2007 Gallery 2|
|Dyserth at Christmas 2007|
|Dyserth Harvest Festival 2008|
|Dyserth Easter Flowers 2009|
|Dyserth Christmas Tree Festival 2010|
|King James Bible Exhibition 2011|
|Dyserth Harvest Festival 2011|
|Dyserth Easter Flowers 2012|