Diamond Jubilee July 29th 1910-1970 Message from the Vicar of Wrexham the Rev. Canon Llywelyn Hughes, B.A. Dear Friends, I am looking forward to the Diamond Jubilee at St. John’s Church because I feel that [more]
History of the Society of Friends in Wrexham. (Quakers). The Friends resident in Wrexham determined to have a meeting house of their own. On April 7, 1708, accordingly, John James, a dyer, and Hannah Newton, [more]
This photograph shows the altar in 1950, kindly supplied by Geoff Wilding. Source: Geoff Wilding
New Church House, Regent Street, Wrexham Source: Wrexham History Postcard Collection.
The present building is the 3rd place of Methodist worship in the village of Tallarn Green. The founders of the Primitive Methodist movement, Hugh Bourne and William Clowes, held a Camp Meeting at Mow Cop [more]
St. Johns Parish Church, Rhos Church of St John Evangelist. A grade II listed building, built in 1852 and consecrated on 4 October 1853. A good example of a Romanesque Revival church, it is Norman [more]
All Saints Church is located in the southern part of Ruabon parish and is the church of All Saints, generously provided for public worship by James Ormrod in 1889. The dark red sandstone for the [more]
Plas Bennion was once a mining community that stood between Wynn Hall and Plas Madoc on the newly established boundary of the parishes of Penycae and Ruabon. To make a religious provision for the fifty [more]