Under normal circumstances we offer classic Anglican worship and fine music, in a unique building fortunate to include examples of stunning contemporary art and stained glass.  Obviously this has been impacted heavily by the coronavirus and we are currently only offering a limited number of services. 

Service times 

Sunday : Holy Eucharist at 11am, Choral Evensong at 4pm

Wednesday : Holy Eucharist at 11am

Saturday : Holy Eucharist at 12 noon

A Welsh Eucharist will be held on the 4th Monday of each month at 12 noon. 


We are also open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am-12noon for private prayer.

Please note that Face Masks must now be worn at services unless you have an exemption.



 Sundays         11.00am Choral Eucharist

                        4.00pm Choral Evensong

                        6.00pm Sunday at 6 Informal Worship (4th Sunday)

Tuesdays       12.30pm Cymun Bendigaid (4th Tuesday)

                        5.30pm Choral Evensong (during term time)

Wednesdays  10.30am Holy Eucharist

Fridays and Saturdays  12.30pm Holy Eucharist (except 1st Friday of each month when the service is at 11am))

 We have an active Team of Servers and Acolytes who assist in the Sanctuary, our Tower ring before worship on Sunday mornings.

 St Mary’s is the Civic Church for the City and County of Swansea. There are many times in the course of the year in which special services are held, sometimes commemorating a particular anniversary or Diocesan occasion. 

The Church is open on a daily basis, allowing for members of the public and our various congregations to use St Mary’s for private devotion. The newly opened Chapel of St Philip is set aside for prayer and talking to clergy. The various memorial books along the north aisle lead naturally towards the votive stand at which candles can be lit and prayers of intercession left in the book provided.

All the details above are regularly advertised in our weekly newssheet, on the monthly music list, in the monthly magazine and appear on our Notice boards outside the West End of St Mary’s.