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Welcome to All Saints

Welcome to the website of All Saints Church, Deganwy. All Saints is an Anglican church which nestles in the shadow of the Vardre, and overlooks the Conwy estuary.

Please have a look around our site to find out more information about upcoming services as well as the history of the chuch.



It is with great sadness but understanding that I need to inform you that all church services and meetings are suspended immediately. This is in response to the Coronavirus. To read the announcement from our Diocese, please go to:

Please keep all those with the virus, their carers and the medical teams working to combat this disease, all around the world in your prayers. As we try to find new ways of being ‘church’ at this time, we will keep in touch, and should you wish to contact me, please do so.

In the meantime, keep safe and look after each other. With blessings to you all, at this challenging time.

Rev Juliet Fraser

Message for Lent

We are fast approaching our season of Lent – the 6 week period leading up to Easter. It is a time when we prepare for Holy week, and we observe Jesus’s journey to the cross. It ends of course in the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus on Easter Day. Traditionally it has been a time when many Christians decide to give something that they enjoy up – chocolate for instance. However, it is becoming increasingly popular to take something up rather than give something up. During the 6 weeks of Lent some may decide to follow a Lent course, increase their reading of the bible, contribute a bit more to those less fortunate, or observe a more disciplined time of prayer.

It is a time of self- examination, a time for reflection on what Jesus did for us, a time of recognising where our commitment to our faith may be lacking. It can be an experience that challenges us, inspires us and deepens our relationship with Christ. It is a journey we take with Jesus and one we can also take with each other. At All Saints we will be joining other members of our Mission Area at our Lent course. Our church here in Deganwy will also be observing Ash Wednesday (28th February) with Holy Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes at 11.00 am. We will also be observing the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday at 11.00a.m. You are welcome to join us, as we make the journey through Lent together.

Revd Juliet Fraser

Learn About All Saints' History

All Saints is a beautiful church tucked away in the seaside village of Deganwy, on the North Wales coast. The church was built as a memorial by Lady Augusta Mostyn over 115 years ago. To learn more about the church please visit our history section 

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Find Out About The Parish Life

Members of All Saints' congregation are part of a small but active Mothers' Union Group who meet regulary throughout the year. Visitors and friends are always welcome. To find out more about the Mothers' Union and other parts of All Saints' Parish Life please explore our Parish Life section

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Come Along To A Service At All Saints

At All Saints we hold weekly Holy Communion on both Wednesday's and Sunday's as well as a Parish Communion at 11am on Sunday's. To find out more both our regular and special upcoming services, please visit our Worship section

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Meet Us

Pat Chapman Church Warden
Frank Prescott Church Warden
Our vicar at All Saints is Reverend Juliet Fraser. Juliet is originally from Coventry but moved to North Wales as a young child. She has been leading the services at All Saints since Easter 2019 along with Church Wardens, Pat Chapman and Frank Prescott.

To find out more information about our vicar, church wardens and the rest of our team please visit our Who's Who section of the Website

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