Help during the Covid-19 restrictions
If you live in the Llanddarog or Porthyrhyd area, please let us know if you need help during self-isolation by either phoning 01267 275222 or e-mailing Jean, giving you name, telephone number and address.
We would also ask those who are able to offer any support to neighbours and friends to contact Jean. This may be a phone call each day or perhaps doing shopping or collecting prescriptions. Please give your name, telephone number and address, and say what you are able to offer
Both Llanddarog and Porthyrhyd Village shops are taking phone orders so that you can collect by car and they will put them in your boot or they will deliver locally. Please contact either Llanddarog Shop on 01267 275227 or Porthyrhyd Shop on 01267 275241.
24 March 2020 – You will find a further message from the Vicar here.
You will find a message from the Vicar here. 19 March 2020
Where is St Twrog Church?
Welcome to St Twrog Church Llanddarog, near the National Botanic Garden of Wales. The Church was built at a high point between Carmarthen and Cross Hands and its distinctive steeple is a landmark for those travelling along the busy A48. It marks a place where worship and prayer have been offered since before the sixth century when Twrog, the local man of God, established his community – his ‘Llan’ – on this high point between the Gwendraeth and the Tywi valleys.
What do we do?
Worship, prayer, witness, service and fellowship continues today with a lively congregation. Our life and worship reflects the character of this rural parish which had strong associations with coal mining in the Gwendraeth Valley.
We invite you to visit St Twrog Church at the heart of our beautiful community, set among the green hills and valleys of Carmarthenshire. On most Sundays we hold two services, one in Welsh and one in English, for more detail please click here.
Where do we belong?
St Twrog Church is linked through the ministry of Canon Dewi Roberts to Llanarthne and Llangendeirne Churches. These Churches, together with seven others in this area are a benefice within the Local Ministry Area of Cydweli. It is a parish of the Diocese of St Davids in the Church in Wales, a Province of the Anglican Communion.