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clerk@argoedcommunitycouncil.gov.uk

Argoed Community Council
The Square
Mercia Drive
Mynydd Isa
Mold, CH7 6UY

Churches

ST CECILIA’s  Mold Road, Mynydd Isa

The eastern half of the Argoed is part of the Bistre parish centred on Emmanuel Parish Church in Buckley which was built in 1842 – in 1892 a separate ‘daughter’ church was built at what was then known as Pant-y-Fawnog, at the junction of the Mold – Buckley Road and Chambers Lane.

StCecilias

St JAMES CHURCH, New Brighton

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St James church http://parish.churchinwales.org.uk/a118/churches-en/st-james_-en/ in New Brighton, a daughter church of St. Mary’s, the Parish Church of Mold http://parish.churchinwales.org.uk/a118/ , was opened in 1893.  

 Every Sunday 9.30am Eucharist – followed by tea/coffee & biscuits

  1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month – 6.30pm short spoken Eucharist

 

    2nd Tuesday each month – Village Lunch – 11.45am for 12 noon

        2 course meal with tea/coffee for £4.00 – a bargain !!

                               – All are welcome –

 

  CHRISTMAS DINNER  –  2nd Tuesday in December – 11.45am for 12 noon

   Important to book by contacting the Church Warden – Marlene Smyth

               89 Moorcroft, New Brighton. Telephone Mold 754029

 

VILLAGE TEMPLE  Congregational Church, Rose Lane, Mynydd Isa 

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Founded in 1912, the church opened in February 1912 and was a wooden framed iron clad church which survived until 2006 – a history and pictures of the old church can be found on the Church’s website http://www.villagetemple.org.uk/