Parish of Rhyl

  • St Thomas' Church
  • Russell Rd
  • Rhyl
  • Denbighshire
  • LL18 3LW

01745 351449
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Welcoming – Worshipping – Loving – Growing

Welcome to the Anglican churches in Rhyl website. I am glad you have chosen to spend a few moments looking around, discovering our church family. 

We are a group of people who worship and are committed to following Jesus. We love people both inside the church and outside the church through generosity, invitation and compassion.

Our hope is that all people will come as they are, seek the truth of God and get to know Jesus Christ and that we would grow together as a community as we seek to encourage one another.

While you are browsing out website, you will learn about what we are currently doing as well as get a glimpse of who we are. Looking for a church in Rhyl? You can find us right on Vale Road (St. Ann's Church or on Russell Road St. Thomas' Church). Enjoy the website, join us in the church this Sunday and we'd love to meet you and know you.

If you like to find out more about being a Christian and what it means to be a follower of Jesus, do click here or watch this YouTube video on what is Christianity.

Sunday Services

St Ann's Church 9.30am

St Thomas Church 11am

Cafe Church 

Sunday 31st July 6pm at St Ann's with

guest speaker


St Ann's, Vale Road, Rhyl. LL18 2PD

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HOW TO FIND ST Thomas' and Holy Trinity CHURCHes IN RHYL

Holy Trinity with St John's, & St Thomas' Russell Road, Rhyl. 

LL18 3LW

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Each of our buildings have toilets, disabled access, and loop systems.

We part of the Church in Wales (Anglican), part of the Diocese of St. Asaph (region of the Church in Wales) which we enjoy a good and supportive relationship, in the Mission Area of Aber Morfa. You can find out more about the St. Asaph Diocese here:

Latest News: Plans for New Heating System at St Thomas click here

Rev Christopher Spencer

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For enquiries, spiritual support or practical support,

please call 01745 351449

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