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.
Parish statistics; Area 10351 acres; Population 386 males, 382 females, total 768
- Llanwrin Parish Church Attendance - morning 90 + 18 scholars, evening 40 + 18 scholars "This parish is mountainous & entirely agricultural with extensive farms near the Church, which is situated at the southern extremity - consequently only a few of the Inhabitants can without inconvenience from the distances of their residences assemble in the Church or Church School on Sundays regularly" Services in Welsh Isaac Bonsall, Rector
- Ebenezer, Calvinistic Methodist Erected 1841 Attendance - average - morning 75, afternoon 61 scholars, evening 75 "No service on the 30th of March except a School in the afternoon, a prayer meeting was held at a farm house called 'Ceninos', 70 persons present at 7 o'clock" John Jones, Superintendent, Culfylchau, Machynlleth
- Acher, Independent Erected 1831, not a separate building Attendance - morning 40, afternoon 32 scholars John Sylvester, Clerk and Teacher
- Saron Chapel, Independent Erected 1825 Attendance - morning 64, afternoon 40 scholars, evening 64 William Edwards, Deacon
- Llanwrin Chapel, Calvinistic Methodist Attendance - average - morning 80, afternoon 85 + 51 scholars, evening 80 Thomas Thomas, Deacon
- Sion, Calvinistic Methodist Erected 1821 Attendance - morning 52 scholars, afternoon 135, evening 92 William Williams, Deacon, Brynmelyn, Llanwrin