In line with Welsh Government regulations

St Davids Cathedral is open for visitors from 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday, and 1pm to 5pm on Sundays
We have daily services see here
In accordance with Welsh Government legislation, all adult visitors must fill in a Track and Trace form when they arrive.
During busy times please be aware you could be asked to wait before you are allowed entry into the Cathedral.

Everyone entering the Cathedral must wear face-masks, unless they can show an exemption certificate or other authorisation.
Evening Prayer is daily at 6pm
Sunday Eucharists or Mattins at 8:30am and 11:15am, Sunday Evening Prayer at 6:00pm
The choir are now on Summer holidays, no choral services until September

Cathedral team: clergy

Bishop of St Davids

Joanna Penberthy was elected as the 129th Bishop of St Davids in November 2016 – the Church in Wales' first woman bishop, after serving as deaconess, deacon and priest. She was consecrated in Llandaff Cathedral in January 2017 and enthroned in St Davids in February. The Bishop of St Davids historically lives in Abergwili, Carmarthen.

Dean of St Davids Cathedral - Deon Tyddewi

Very Revd Dr Sarah Rowland Jones took up the role of Dean & Precentor of St Davids Cathedral in May 2018. She trained for the priesthood at St John’s College, Nottingham. She was ordained in 1999 and served initially in Wrexham, in her home diocese of St Asaph.

Sub-Dean and Canon Residentiary

Revd Canon Leigh Richardson is the Sub-Dean and Canon Residentiary.  Leigh was licensed at the Cathedral on Monday 12th February 2018.

Assistant Curate and Minor Canon

Sophie was born and until 2013 lived in Salisbury, Wiltshire. In 2000 she married Andrew, and they have 3 daughters, Chloe, Katie and Rachel.

Ordained Deacon June 2019

Ordained Deacon June 2019