(In 2004) The benefice of Eglwysrhos (or Llanrhos) is a single parish benefice in the deanery of Llanrwst. It is also known as Degannwy; Deganwy.
The modern parish of Llanrhos contains the following Places of Worship ;
- St Hilary's, Llanrhos
- All Saints, Deganwy
- St Paul's, Craig y Don
- St David, Penrhyn Bay
Church and chapel data from The Religious census of 1851 : A Calendar of the returns relating to Wales, Vol 11, North Wales. Ed. by Ieuan Gwynedd Jones, UWP, 1981. The names given towards the end of each entry are those of the informants.
Eglwys-Rhos Parish (Diocese of St Asaph); Statistics; Area 3735 acres; Population 369 males, 360 females, total 729
- Eglwys Rhos Parish Church Attendance - morning 16 + 44 scholars, afternoon 19 + 40 scholars Services alternately English/Welsh John Davies, Minister
- Bethel Chapel, Wesleyan Methodist Erected 1831 Attendance - morning 45 scholars, afternoon 55 + 15 scholars, evening 66 + 20 scholars Robert Twist, Superintendent of Sunday School, Tywyn, nr Conway
- Capel Isa, Calvinistic Methodist Erected 1823 Attendance - morning 40 + 24 scholars, afternoon 52 scholars, evening 30 John Pritchard, Superintendent of Sunday School, Capel Isa, nr Towyn
- Moriah Chapel, Wesleyan Methodist Erected 1839 Attendance - morning 70 + 16 scholars, afternoon 61 scholars, evening 90 + 10 scholars Thomas Jones, Superintendent of Sunday School, Ferm bach, nr Conway