St David's Welsh Church, Colwyn Bay

St David's Welsh Church, Colwyn Bay (Eglwys Dewi Sant) is in Rhiw Road, Colwyn Bay, Conwy County Borough, Wales. It is an Anglican church in the parish of Colwyn Bay with Bryn-Y-Maen, the deanery of Rhos, the archdeaconry of St Asaph, and the diocese of St Asaph.[1] The church is situated behind St Paul's Church[2] and is a Grade II listed building.[3]

St David's Welsh Church,
Colwyn Bay
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Coordinates: 53°17′37″N 3°43′36″W / 53.2937°N 3.7268°W / 53.2937; -3.7268
OS grid referenceSH 850 788
LocationRhiw Road, Colwyn Bay,
Conwy County Borough
CountryWales
DenominationAnglican
WebsiteColwyn Bay Parish
History
DedicationSaint David
Architecture
Functional statusActive
Heritage designationGrade II
Designated25 July 1994
Architect(s)Douglas and Minshull
Architectural typeChurch
StyleGothic Revival
Groundbreaking1902
Completed1903
Administration
ParishColwyn Bay with Bryn-Y-Maen
DeaneryRhos
ArchdeaconrySt Asaph
DioceseSt Asaph
ProvinceWales
Clergy
Vicar(s)Rev'd Christine Owen

St David's Church was built in 1902–03 and designed by the Chester firm of architects Douglas and Minshull.[4][5] It is a small church with an apsidal sanctuary. The west window is Perpendicular in style. Rising from the roof is a square bellcote with a pyramidal roof on which is an octagonal spirelet. Internally, the screen was made by a local blacksmith, David Jones.[4]

The services held in the church are in Welsh.[2]

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  1. ^ Colwyn Bay, Diocese of St Asaph, retrieved 30 October 2013
  2. ^ a b Churches & Worship Centres in the Parish of Colwyn Bay with Bryn-Y-Maen, Parish of Colwyn Bay with Bryn-Y-Maen, archived from the original on 2009-10-25, retrieved 5 June 2009
  3. ^ Cadw, "Church of St David  (Grade II) (14708)", National Historic Assets of Wales, retrieved 2 April 2019
  4. ^ a b Hubbard, Edward (1986), Clwyd, The Buildings of Wales, London: Penguin, p. 135, ISBN 0-14-071052-3
  5. ^ Hubbard, Edward (1991), The Work of John Douglas, London: The Victorian Society, p. 273, ISBN 0-901657-16-6