It is our privilege to hold funeral services in our churches, or to lead funeral services for you at the graveside or in a crematorium. From the moment you are in touch with us, throughout the funeral service, and for as long as you need us afterwards, we’re here for you.

You don’t need to be a church member to have a Church in Wales funeral, we are here for everyone in our community.


Christians believe that when we die, God promises that we will be with him in a wonderful place where death and pain are gone forever. Whatever the circumstances of death, these words of hope are a great comfort to those who attend a funeral.

When someone dies, we believe that we are held in a love that is stronger than death, a love revealed when Jesus died and rose again to save us. This is the Christian hope, and is the heart of every funeral service we hold.

First Steps in Arranging a Funeral

After your loved one has died, you will need to meet with a funeral director. They will be able to discuss what sort of funeral you would like and whether you would like the vicar to be involved. If you choose to have a service with our vicar, Fr Dylan, he will phone and arrange to meet you.

When you meet him, he will listen to the story of the person we are saying good bye to and discuss the service with you. Although we use the Church in Wales funeral service, this gives a lot of flexibility and you will be able to include readings, poems or music that are personal to you.

You can find the vicar’s contact details here.

Fill out the form below and Fr Dylan will be in touch to answer any questions you may have

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