Loughor is now part of the Parish of Casllwchwr and Gorseinon, where one Church community worships in 2 buildings. St Catherine’s Gorseinon has its own website. (Click here to view it)

St David's Church, Loughor

St David’s Church, Loughor

St David’s Church is a modern, brick-built dual purpose Church and Hall.  Its grounds, opposite the petrol station on Glebe Road, include a car park. Part of the EcoChurch initiative, we have made some efforts to “green” our surroundings and lifestyle.  (The full address is St David’s Church, 109 Glebe Rd, Swansea SA4 6SR).

St Michael's Church, Loughor from road looking west.

St Michael’s Church, Loughor from road looking west.

St Michael’s Church building stands overlooking the estuary, near the castle ruins and the road and rail bridges linking Swansea to Llanelli.  A traditional Victorian building, it is surrounded by a Churchyard.  (The full address is Station Road, Loughor, Swansea SA4 6TR). Sadly, because its Victorian standards of comfort and provision cannot be updated, it held its last service in April 2021. Its members have been welcomed in other congregations. The churchyard is still open to visitors, and the future of the building is yet to be decided by the central authorities of the Church in Wales.

You are welcome to join us!  Details of special events and groups are found in the Newsletter, and the calendar on the Ministry Area website, when normal life is happening.

The Parish is part of Llwchwr Ministry Area, (click for its website), the Deanery of Greater Gower, and the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon.