Revd Canon Timothy LipscombPriest in the Bryn a Môr Area rooted within St Bridget and St Cwyfan Parish Church, DyserthTel: 01492 512 759Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRevd Canon Peter Jones - Associated Priest (Retired)Church Wardens: Harry Davies and Roger PetersHealth & Safety Officer: Harry Davies, Church Warden Church Treasurer: Anne CooperChurch Council Secretary: David ChapmanSafeguarding Officer: David Chapman Walsingham Secretary: Barbara Roberts
Visitors are very welcome at all our servicesOur address is as followsWaterfall RoadLower DyserthDenbighshireLL18 6DB
Bryn a Môr Mission Area was formally commissioned in July 2017 by Bishop Gregory and was formed from the former Deanery of St Asaph Area. The Mission Area includes part of the beautiful north Wales coastline, including the major seaside town of Prestatyn, as well as the rural hinterland with its lovely countryside and vibrant communities. The Mission Area is well connected with easy access to the A55 expressway that links north Wales with the north west of England and the motorway network beyond. The Mission Area Conference meets regularly and has worked exceptionally hard establishing itself. There is now a lively Shared Ministry Team, including Readers, Worship Leaders and Pastoral Assistants. The Finance Committee works hard to ensure that the financial resources of the Mission Area are used to grow God’s Kingdom and to allow mission and ministry to flourish. We are looking forward to the next step in our journey together.The churches that make up the Mission Area are: St Bridget’s Church, Dyserth St Michael’s Church, Trelawnyd St Melyd’s Church Meliden - www.parishofmeliden.org.ukSt Mary Magdalene’s Church Gwaenysgor Christ Church Prestatyn - www.prestatynchurch.comThe Church of the Holy Spirit Prestatyn - www.prestatynchurch.comSs Asaph & Cyndeyrn Church Llanasa - www.facebook.com/StAsaph/All Saints Church Ffynnongroyw - www.facebook.com/allsaintschurch There is also a Mission Area Pilgrim Church at Cwm. This ancient church was formerly looked after by the Vicar of Dyserth and Trelawynd but is now under the care of the Mission Area and we hope that it will be used for occasional festival services and as a sacred space for all to enjoy.
Information on Photo’s
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All images contained on this website are St Bridget and St Cwyfan Parish Church unless stated otherwise. Reproduction of these images is prohibited unless permission has been obtained from the Website Co-ordinator.Please read the following information about how Photograph’s are taken and used by St Bridget’s Website. This information is also part of the Safeguarding Policy above.We do like to publish photograph’s of Services and Events on our website, however, we do understand that not everyone would like their photograph taken and to appear on a website. If you would prefer not to have your photograph taken, please let the photographer know at the time of your wishes, if a photograph has been taken of you, request the image is deleted immediately.You can also email us at photograph-opt-outonly include your name, no other information is required or any reasoning behind your decision. The Website Content Manager will vet all images submitted to the website to make sure your image is not contained on any photographs, be advised that although you tell the website that you do not wish your image to appear online, the person taking the photograph will not know your preference, the photographer should ask for your permission or consent and give you the opportunity to move away from the photograph should you wish to do so before it is taken.For anybody wishing to submit Photographs to the website, you must read the Safeguarding Policy, Section 9 - Filming and Taking Photographs below, you must adhere to this policy and confirm you have complied with it.When you submit the photographs, the “Consent For General Use of Photographs Form” must be completed and submitted with the images to the Website Co-ordinator otherwise the images will not be able to be used on the website. If your images contain Young Person’s, Form 4 must be completed and submitted as well as the General Photograph’s Form.
The consent for use of photographs form below must be completed for all submissions, you can either print the form or use the online form to submit your request for use of photographs
Form 4 below must also be completed if your submission contains images of young persons, one form for each young person contained in the photograph must be completed