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Dedicated to St. Maelog, a Celtic saint who settled here about 1450 years ago. There have been many churches on this ancient site, which is recorded in the 'Norwich Taxation' documents of the 12th Century. The present one is of Henry Kennedy design, built in 1848. There is a 12th Century stone font housed in fine 21st Century woodwork, with matching altar and lectern in a 'Tree of Life’ design. There are glass panels on the same theme,  designed and etched by Bill Swann and also a St. Cecilia window by Burne Jones. The churchyard is of particular interest as this part of the Anglesey coast is windy and rocky, so there are many shipwreck graves, including a barrel mortuary where unidentified bodies were placed until claimed or properly buried. Services 10:30 am Holy Communion Every Sunday 10:00 am Holy Communion Every Wednesday
St. Maelog, Llanfaelog
A History of St. Maelog’s Church