Ordnance Survey reference SJ 283427.
The new church, which is dedicated to St. John the Evangelist, was consecrated on 6 July 1837.
The Clwyd FHS website has a photograph of the church.
A district church (or chapel of ease) to Rhosymedre was opened at Acrefair in 1894.
Nonconformist Churches "Welsh Church Commission - County of Denbigh - The Statistics of the Nonconformist Churches for 1905"lists the following nonconformist places of worship in the Civilparish of Cefn Mawr :
|Name of Chapel ||Denomination ||Number of "adherents" |
|Cefn Bychan ||Baptists ||150 |
|Cefn Mawr Mission ||Baptists (English language) ||150 |
|Ebenezer ||Baptists (English language) ||250 |
|Seion ||Baptists ||950 |
|Tabernacl ||Baptists ||450 |
|Bethel (Acrefair) ||Calvinistic Methodists ||300 |
|Hyfrydle ||Calvinistic Methodists ||120 |
|Penybryn ||Calvinistic Methodists ||52 |
|Saron ||Calvinistic Methodists ||120 |
|Trinity (Acrefair) ||Calvinistic Methodists (English language) ||356 |
|Not named ||Congregationalists (English language) ||360 |
|Bethel, Rhosymedre ||Congregationalists ||120 |
|Acrefair ||Wesleyans (English language) ||110 |
|Cefn Bychan ||Wesleyans (English language) ||200 |
|Gorphwysfa ||Wesleyans ||350 |
|Salem ||Wesleyans ||100 |
|Not named ||United Methodist Free Church (English language) ||60 |
|Rhosymedre ||Primitive Methodists (English language) ||300 |