About St. Augustine’s
This Landmark needs your help!
Perhaps it is where you were married, or maybe the churchyard is somewhere a loved one is buried. Maybe you just like to visit it as one of your favourite places.
There are so many reasons why we should keep this iconic, Grade 1 listed building in good condition for future generations.
We have a team of guides who open the church regularly. The church will be open on the first Sunday of each month between 2pm and 4pm, and on every Wednesday between 2pm and 4pm. If you would like to visit the church at another time or would like to bring a group to visit and find the usual times inconvenient please contact Chris Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org. Chris will be able to help you.
Our guides will be more than happy to explain the detail of the building and the history of the church.
St Augustine’s is regarded as one of the best buildings by famous Victorian architect, William Butterfield.
- St Augustine’s is Penarth’s only Grade 1 listed building.
- The William Hill organ, built in 1895, is known as the best of its kind in the UK.
- St Augustine’s is home to Penarth’s war memorial.
- St Augustine’s is a remarkable landmark – particularly to sailors who have used it as a seamark for generations.
Open Church is suspended for the time being.