The Pembroke Deanery is a Roman Catholic deanery in the Diocese of Menevia, Swansea, Wales that covers several churches in Pembrokeshire and the surrounding area. In the early 2010s, the Aberystwyth Deanery was dissolved and its churches in Ceredigion were distributed to the surrounding deaneries. The churches in the north, such as those in Aberystwyth, became part of the Llandrindod Wells Deanery, Lampeter went to the Carmarthen Deanery and the western churches, such as those in Cardigan, became part of the Pembroke Deanery.
- Abbey of Our Lady and St Samson, Caldey Island
- Our Lady of the Taper, Cardigan
- Our Lady Queen of Peace, Newcastle Emlyn - served from Cardigan
- Holy Name, Fishguard
- St Michael, St Davids - served from Fishguard
- St David and St Patrick, Haverfordwest
- Immaculate Conception, Narberth - served from Haverfordwest
- St Francis of Assisi, Milford Haven
- Holyrood and St Teilo Church, Tenby
- St Bride, Saundersfoot - served from Tenby
- Holy Cross Abbey, Whitland
- "Pembroke Deaneries". Diocese of Menevia. Archived from the original on 4 April 2015. Retrieved 27 March 2015.
- "Administration". Diocese of Menevia. Archived from the original on 3 April 2015. Retrieved 27 March 2015.
- Caldey Abbey from British listed buildings, retrieved 11 March 2015
- Roman Catholic Church of Saint David and Saint Patrick, Haverfordwest from British listed buildings, retrieved 11 March 2015
- Church of the Holy Rood and Saint Teilo, Tenby from British listed buildings, retrieved 11 March 2015