Northop Parish Church is situated in the village of
Northop Flintshire in North Wales. St Eurgain and St Peter's church is a
member of the diocese of St Asaph. There has been evidence of a church
in Northop since the 6th century. Records indicate that there was a
stone church erected here during the 12th century. The church was
enlarged in the late 15th Century under the patronage of Margaret
Beaufort (mother of Henry V11 and benefactor to several North East Wales
churches including St Winefride's Holywell, St Mary's Mold,and St
Giles' Wrexham. Northop Parish church is open to visitors every day
between 1st April and 30th September between the hours of 9am and 5pm.
During the rest of the year the church is open during day-light hours,
weather permitting. For those who prefer a traditional style of worship
the 8am Holy Communion, Mattins and Evensong services follow the Church
in Wales Book of Common Prayer.
looking Church service times in Noethop
Jan 27, 2013 by Ralph Carr
It would have been really nice to have had the times of the church services on the site in a prominent place. Not everyone who looks is a tourist, some of us looking at the church, may be Christians, or may even be looking to join the church... ps, I am human...
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