Parish of Penarth and Llandough

Reg Charity no

1130979

 Holy Nativity (CF64 1JF)

Holy Nativity Church ‘greets’ you as you drive into Penarth, via Windsor Road.


HISTORY

Originally part of the Parish of Llandough with Cogan, Holy Nativity Church  was consecrated by Bishop Richard Lewis on 29 January 1894.


Before that, in the mid 1880s, it met in an old stable in Dock Street Cogan.


  


 



Icon of 'The Christ of the Eucharist' The Sancutary Shrine of Our Lady

In 1988 a bequest was used to purchase the Icon of ‘The Christ of the Eucharist’.

Shrine of Our Lady

Holy Nativity Church

The  dedication as The Church of The Holy Nativity was very apt as the first sermon preached in the original stable church was on a Christmas Day.


The nave was burnt out by incendiary bombs on 4 March 1941.  The Chancel arch was filled in with bricks and the congregation worshipped in the Chancel until the restoration. The building was re-consecrated on 25 February 1953.


In 1956 the Parish boundaries were changed and Holy Nativity was transferred from the Parish of Llandough to the Parish of Penarth.


WORSHIP

The Anglo-Catholic tradition of Holy Nativity is enjoyed in a prayerful, warm, welcoming “family” atmosphere. We have a 9.15am Mass and 6pm Evensong with Benediction on a Sunday, and a midweek Mass on Tuesday at 10.30am.


SPECIAL OCCASIONS

We welcome all from the community who want to use the church for Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals.


The church can seat up to 100 people.