Welcome To All Saints, Poyser St.



outside church

We are a friendly church which is part of the Church in Wales, situated in the diocese of St Asaph.

Coronavirus Covid 19

Since the prime minister’s announcement on Monday 23rd March, the church is now closed completely until further notice and cannot be open even for private prayer.

Church life continues in so far as it can via this website and social media. Please make contact if you would value a regular email or telephone call.

Help and support for those in isolation is being put in hand. Please make contact if you need our help.

Materials to encourage worship and prayer at home have been made available and can be accessed below.

Weddings are postponed.


Baptisms may only take place if the candidate’s life is in danger.


Funerals cannot be held in church but clergy are available for graveside services and at the crematorium with strictly limited numbers.

For full details of the current Church in Wales advice, go to: https://www.churchinwales.org.uk/en/clergy-and-members/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance/

Sunday Services:


11am:  Sung Eucharist (this is the celebration of the last supper of bread and wine which Jesus had with his disciples)


On the second Sunday of the month:  11AM Family Service (this is a very informal act of worship where the children from Sunday school take an active involvement)





You are more than welcome to join us for our worship at any time.


You can also add us on facebook:  

All Saints Poyser Street and Holy Trinity Rhostyllen


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Holy Eucharist Trinity V Sea Sunday

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Life of a Disciple - Part 5

Sermon for Trinity V

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Live Streamed Services – Holy Trinity

Join us for our Holy Eucharist at 10am. The order of service can be downloaded here:


Live Streamed Services ordinary time order of serviceDownload Eucharist of Corpus ChristiPosted by All Saints Poyser Street and Holy Trinity Rhostyllen on Thursday, 11 June 2020 Eucharist of St ... See more

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Morning prayer 12.7.20

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Morning prayer 11.7.20

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The Church in Wales have now said that Sunday services can start back as of 19th July. Apparently there will be tight restrictions. We don't know what they'll be yet but come hell or high water, our ... See more

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Morning Prayer 10.7.20

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Morning prayer 9.7.20

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Story behind the Hymn: the Maori Translation

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