Service Time – Sunday 9.30 (Currently suspended due to Covid-19
Merthyr Dyfan church is dedicated to St Dyfan, who, tradition relates, was sent to Wales by Pope Eleutherius in 180 AD, accompanied by St Fagan.
The site of Dyfan’s martyrdom came to be called ‘Merthyr Dyfan’, the burial place of Dyfan.
The present church was built in the early 13th century.
There is a Sung Mass at 9am at Merthyr Dyfan on Sundays, and Masses on major feast days.
When funds become available from the sale of the St Paul’s church and site, we hope to modernise and improve the church interior.