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Guernsey Churches

Other Anglican Churches

DA: Disabled Access; HL: Hearing Loop

Holy Trinity Church St Peter Port

Holy Trinity was built in 1789 and originally known as La Chapelle de la Trinite and its foundation is probably connected with the visit of John Wesley two years earlier. One of four Parish churches in St Peter Port, it was built at a cost of £2,990 by a group of townsmen. Alterations were made in 1830. However with a dwindling congregation, it was later sold to the Anglican Diocese on 15th June 1846. The Church community hall was erected in nearby Park Street in 1889. See their website at

Perry's Ref: T J9

9.15, 10.30am & 6.30pm
Tel: 724382

St Stephen's Church St Peter Port

Another of the St Peter Port Parish Churches, St Stephen's is situated at Les Gravees. This magnificent building was erected in 1865 and represents the 'High Church' tradition.

Perry's Ref: T D6

9.30am, 11.00am & 5.00pm
Tel: 720268


St John's Church
St John's Church St Peter Port

The fourth of the St Peter Port churches, St John serves the Amherst and Longstore areas. Built in 1836, it caters for an Anglican style of worship in both family and contemporary styles. See their website at

Perry's Ref: T K2

10.30 Morning Worship (alternating with Holy Communion) - a sensitive blend of good traditional hymns and modern worship material.
10.00am Thurs, 7.15pm Tues
Tel: 720879


St Matthew's Church Cobo

St Matthew's Parish Church is the smaller of the parish churches in the Castel. Built in 1854 following representations from a young girl Marianne Carey who was concerned that the three miles to the Castel Parish church was too far for the fishermen of the area to walk. It is built in the style of a fisherman's church. See their website at

Perry's Ref: 14D1


8:00am BCP Communion, 10:30am Sung Communion except 5th Sunday of month Mattins. Family service 2nd Sun

Some special services, see Service List on website for month concerned.DA & HL

Tel: 256793


St Apolline's Chapel, St Saviour

This small medieval chapel named after St Apolline , the patron saint of dentists, dates back to 1392. It has been restored and is now open to the public. A feature of the chapel is a 14th century painting of the Last Supper.

Perry's Ref: 13E5


10.00am Thursdays

Tel: 263045
St Mary's Church, L'Islet

St Mary's serves the L'Islet area.

Perry's Ref: 9H1

10.30am (except in August)
Tel: 257436


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