Welcome to the 3 churches in North Cardiff

The Church is more than a building. Find out more on this website or get in touch for a chat. We offer a warm reception, an ability to listen and support for the wider community.

Our vision is to build our Church into a vibrant and confident community which will grow as we share together worshipping, praying, caring and serving.

Frs. Matthew, Andy and Peter and our parishioners.

Canon Matthew Jones
Canon Matthew Jones

Featured news

Summer school fayre

Christ the King Primary - Summer school fayre
Saturday 24th June, 1-4pm, School field.
£5 per wristband. Inflatables and game zone 'unlimited access'
Individually priced stalls - hair brading, tombolas, food stalls, Joe's ice-cream, barbeque, bar and soft drinks.

Christ the King Primary summer school fayre on
Saturday 24 June between 1-4pm in the school field.
£5 per wristband. Inflatables and game zone ‘unlimited access’. Individually priced stalls including hair braiding, tombolas, food stalls, Joe’s ice-cream, barbeque, bar and soft drinks. 

Crystal Glen traffic access scheme

Restrictions on traffic through Crystal Glen will start soon. The scheme will be in operation 7am – 7pm Monday to Saturday, so Sunday traffic is not affected. During these times you will have to approach and leave St Brigid’s via Heathwood Road and not Fishguard Road, unless you have a resident or other permit. Please make any visitors to the church, hall or presbytery aware.

Study Catechetics by Zoom on Tuesday evenings

The engaging Catholic educator, author and international speaker, David Wells, is offering Cardiff Archdiocese ten hours of input and exercises on the theme of Catechesis: Passing on Faith in the Third Millennium. Details in our newsletter.

Christ the King PAC vacancies

Three new council members are needed for Christ the King Parish Advisory Council (PAC). Please consider whether you could bring your experience and ideas to the Council as a member. Nominations no later than Sunday 18 June.

More details and nomination form

St Brigid’s car park

Parishioners who use the car park at St Brigid’s will have noticed how a number of parking spaces have become overgrown with moss and brambles. Can you give an hour or so to help tidy it up? Bring along your own scraping device, whether a hoe or a spade or a shovel on Saturday 3 June  and/or again on 10 June at 10am. Also needed are shears, secateurs and hedge trimmers to cut back brambles and ivy on the fencing. Whatever you’ve got – every little helps.

For more events, activities and mass times check the latest 3 churches newsletter.

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Live streams from our churches

You can view live video streams from St Brigid’s and Christ the King churches below.