You are very welcome to St Andrews Cathedral, the home of Christian hospitality and culture in the heart of the granite city.
St James is a hidden gem right in the centre of Aberdeen, a well loved place of worship for 125 years.
The Cathedral is a fine example of a fortified kirk, with twin towers built in the fashion of 14th century tower houses and now with spires added in the 15th century.
A 12th century parish church, St Beuno's may have been used as a royal chapel during the early Middle Ages, as the princes of Gwynedd had a court in Aberffraw.
The church is unusual in its long history in that it has been served by members of two religious orders: the Franciscans (1687-1857) and the Benedictines (1857-present).
Abergavenny parish church was founded in the late 11th century as the church of a Benedictine priory. It is the only part to survive, apart from the later tithe barn.
The church of St Gwynog dates back to the 13th century but was largely rebuilt in 1857.
St Mary's is a unique building fortunate to include examples of stunning contemporary art and stained glass.
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by John Norman Mozart called it ‘the King of Instruments’. Discover fascinating church organs, with an intro by Huw Edwards.