Cathedral Church of St. Deiniol
|Sunday||Eucharist 11.00, Choral Evensong 15.15|
|Tuesday||Choral Evensong 17.30|
|Thursday||Choral Evensong 17.30|
Director of Music
Paul Booth (since 2014)
There are three elements to the Cathedral Choir made up of a Boys' choir, a Girls' choir established in 2012 and Lay Clerks who include students from the University.
The organ dates from the Samuel Green instrument of 1779, which was then replaced by William Hill in 1873. Rebuilt Hill, Norman & Beard 1929, rebuilt 1935 Rushworth & Dreaper, rebuilt 1954 John Compton and restored in 2008 by David Wells. It is the largest pipe organ in Wales. The opening recital was given by Carlo Curley.
4 manuals 75 stops
Pedal 20 stops, choir 8 stops, great 17 stops, swell 14 stops, solo 16 stops
Cathedral of St Deiniol
vacant (since 2015)
The Rt Revd Andrew Thomas Griffith John (since 2009)
The building dates from the 1300s but was much rebuilt in the 1500s and then restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1870. The Quire, Transepts and the Chapter House are particular features of this restoration.
FCM at Bangor
FCM Diocesan Representative
FCM National Gatherings
1975 & 1993