Ordnance Survey reference SJ 056794.
The church was mentioned in the Domesday book. It is located in the lower part of the village, near to the famous waterfall. The church has had two different dedications, formerly to St Cwyfan, whose cross stands on the border of the parish with Whitford; and currently to St Bridget (or the Welsh St Ffraid).
The church had become very dilapidated, and was extensively restored/rebuilt by Sir Gilbert Scott betwen 1873 and 1875. The Jesse window at the east end of the church is said to be one of the finest examples of Medieval stained glass in North Wales.
In the churchyard there are a number of very interesting graves, including a group of seventeenth century tomb-chests and table tombs.
The Clwyd FHS website has a photograph of the church.
The Parish of St Bridget and St Cwyfan
Nonconformist Churches "Welsh Church Commission - County of Flint - The Statistics of the Nonconformist Churches for 1905"lists the following nonconformist places of worship in the Civilparish of Dyserth :
|Name of Chapel||Denomination||Number of "adherents"|
|Horeb - Welsh||Congregational||27|
|Mynydd Seion - Welsh||Wesleyan||260|