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Best Churches in Mold

Expert recommended Top 3 Churches in Mold, UK. All of our churches face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes local reviews, history, trading standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their general excellence. Only the bee's knees!

ST MARY'S CHURCH

8 Church Lane,, Mold CH7 1BW

Since 1490

Festivals, Sunday Classes, Choir, Wedding, Memberships, Baptism, Divine Prayer, Committees, Mass, Bible Teaching, Catechism, Meetings, Worship & Holy Communion

St Mary's Church is a building that I listed as a grade. There is a ring of eight bells, five of which were cast by Abraham Rudhall II in 1732. St. Mary the Virgin's Parish Church is known for its great music and liturgy quality and warm atmosphere. It's a beautiful historic building and a quaint church with an impressive history and lots of connection.

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EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH

Glanrafon Road, Mold CH7 1PA

Baptism, Bible Teaching, Meetings, Choir, Catechism, Worship, Sunday Classes, Preparatory Prayer, Committees, Memberships & Wedding

Ebenezer Baptist Church is a member of "Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches". The play corner is a program for children from birth to the age of 4, and a group of church volunteers runs their parents/grandparents/carers. It offers time for play, refreshments for crafts, and time for song and bible storytelling. Their Sunday services are for singing, children's talk (plus groups for aged zero into teens) and prayer at 10:30 am and 6:00 pm.

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ebenezermold.co.uk

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TYDDYN STREET UNITED CHURCH

Tyddyn Street, Mold CH7 1DX

Since 1857

Festivals, Baptism, Bible Teaching, Worship, Memberships, Choir, Sunday Classes, Fellowship, Catechism, Committees, Meetings & Wedding

Tyddyn Street United Church is a warm worshipping congregation in a beautifully rearranged Victorian building. Their church building has been a place of worship since the mid-nineteenth century. They worship at 10.30 am on Sunday mornings with communion on the 1st Sunday of the month celebrated. They serve drink and coffee after Sunday morning worship, and all are invited to stay for a conversation.

tyddynstreetchurchcentre.org

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