We know that you can be a Christian and not go to church, but our experience is that we best grow as disciples within the context of the local church. In our parish, we try and encourage all to discover new things of God, to experience him afresh and to share this with others in practical ways.
We encourage everyone to have a lifestyle at home which incorporates some times of listening to God, prayer and Bible study, and to see their life throughout each day as the place of ‘being church’ and responding in care to circumstances. There are regular activities and courses to stimulate new interest in our spiritual life: parish retreats; ways of serving in the community, mid week groups for looking at aspects of biblical and ethical thinking; and put on training for practical aspects of prayer ministry.
For people just exploring faith we can arrange some times to meet with Christians who can share their experiences and give you some ideas on how to use the Bible. At each of our Sunday and mid-week services we aim to engage faith and life together in our sermons.
Tuesday night at 6.30pm in the church hall and on Wednesday night at 8pm at Cartref, Pencerrig Rd we have groups that meet for bible study, prayer and discussion. Every Monday at 10am there is a prayer group in church.