• News

    Photoshoot

    We recently had the pleasure of being the location for a photoshoot for Bardo Jewellery. Cath of Bardo Jewellery has created a new collection called ‘Forget Me Not’ and wanted an atmospheric church setting to compliment her work for a series of syled images for her website and Instagram page. Photographer Vix of Pix by Vix did a fabulous job…

  • Christ Church Living,  News

    Our new addition

    We couldn’t let 2020 close without introducing our new addition to the Christ Church family… ‘Tacho’ – our now 6 month old puppy. She has settled into Christ Church life very well and we absolutely adore her. She is certainly a very positive distraction in what has been an unusual year, especially for the boys. She is a ‘Sprollie’ –…

  • News

    Some more changes…

    We are now be closed until further notice. Looking on the positive side, we will hopefully have more time available to get some Church jobs done! We’ll keep in touch. Take care and see you soon x

  • News

    Some changes…

    In a week that has seen huge change just about everywhere, we have needed to make some changes to our public access due to the coronavirus outbreak; whilst still providing a friendly smile! We will be maintaining our usual opening hours, Fridays 12-3 pm and the first Sunday of the month 1-4 pm for as long as it is possible.…

  • History & Architecture,  News,  WW1 Memorials

    WW1 stories

    In addition to the promotional video for the Welshpool WW1 Walk (see previous post), we were also filmed sharing a couple of the stories of the WW1 memorials in the churchyard. Powys War Memorials Project created several WW1 Stories films in other Powys towns which are very interesting so do look out for those. The story of Joseph Ithel Jehu…

  • History & Architecture,  News,  WW1 Memorials

    Welshpool WW1 Walk

    We’re honoured to be included in the new Welshpool WW1 Walk compiled by the Powys War Memorial Project. The trail takes you around Welshpool highlighting places and buildings that have a connection to the First World War. The walk incorporates the churchyard and our Poppy Trail (a leaflet of which is available inside the church or you can download it…

  • History & Architecture,  News,  Restoration

    Beginning to Restore the Organ

    We are pleased to say that work has started on restoring the 206 year old William Gray organ. Mike and Ethan of Edwards & Co. Organ Builders of Chester are overseeing the restoration and kindly sharing their invaluable knowledge and experience with us. With Karl assisting, the larger pipes were brought out to be inspected and cleaned. Many years worth…