St Michael's is not normally open to the public, however as part of the Open Doors Events this year you will have a rare opportunity to take you family to explore this lovely church in Tremain, Ceredgion.
St Michael's is a redundant church in the care of the Friends of Friendless Churches.
It was one of the very first churches in Ceredigion built according to the principles of the highly influential Ecclesiological Society, which preached the virtues of the Gothic style, deep chancels to concentrate attention on the altar and a prime location by the entrance into the interior for the font, where Baptism introduced people into the faith (although the font is almost a millennium older than the building, being a 12th century survivor from a preceding building).
This church is not normally open to the public. Throughout the open doors weekend in September, the church will be open daily and visitors can enjoy the local history display and meet our volunteers.
There will also be a harvest festival service on 29th September at 5pm. All welcome.
St Michael's Church
200m south of A487
2pm until 5pm