St Michaels Church  Beddau

St. Michael's Church, or the Church of St. Michael and All Angels to give it its full title, was opened in 1936 and was initiated in the first instance by

Lt. Colonel Sir Rhys-Williams and Lady Rhys-Williams of Miskin Manor.

The building is most unusual, if not unique in appearance with what at the time was an ultra-modern design and an unconventional beauty all of its own.
The tower sits unusually at the East end of the church rather than the traditional West end and is pierced with a cross.

The only deviation from the church 'straight design' are two circular windows both of which incorporate the five pointed star of St. Michael to whom the church
is dedicated.

The church has white walls and blue draperies inside and both the design and colouring of it are intended to symbolise three things: namely the incarnation
of Christ, the history of Mankind and the life of the individual.