St. Peters Church, Carmarthen
St Peter’s is first recorded in the Chronicles of Battle Abbey when it was donated to Battle Abbey, along with a monastic house known as Llandeulyddog, in about 1110. Llandeulyddog was founded in the 6th century and it is thought that St Peter’s is the sole survivor of a number of churches, associated with the monastery, which once stood within the walls of the old Roman town of Moridunum. St Peter’s would have been a simple timber church in this period and not the impressive stone building that we see today. But as a church it has served Carmarthen for over 1500 years! . There are many exciting plans for the future of St. Peter's - but for it to have a future, you need to part of it's present.
Find out how you can get involved, whether on Sundays through our worshiping community or through the various groups which meet weekly under our patronage by clicking on the links at the top of the page. It would be great to see you at one of our Sunday services or weekday events - if you are new to church, please make yourself known to one of the Welcomers at the door (who give out the books) and they will help you get settled.
The provision of services and opening times at St Peter’s are currently much reduced due to the circumstances surrounding Covid 19.
Currently there is “in-person” public worship every Sunday at 10.30 am with a sung celebration of the Eucharist and then again at 10.30 am every Wednesday morning with a said celebration of the Eucharist.
Please see the St Peter’s Facebook page for the latest news and to make contact.
Alternatively, please contact the Rev’d Canon Dr Matthew Hill on 01267 468432 to be added to the email distribution list.