Sunday Morning Worship, Teaching and Fellowship
This is our flagship event, and no two Sundays are the same. We spend time in Worship and we have a growing team of talented musicians and singers who help us into the presence of God through song. We may take some time to listen to testimonies—stories of the way God has helped us, used us, guided us and spoken to us, often really exciting! We always look at the Bible, and read it together. We listen to someone, usually the Pastor, but, thankfully, not always, sharing some thoughts about what the Bible says. We have coffee, tea, cake or biscuits when the service is over, along with some really deep and meaningful conversations . . . or not! What IS certain is that we have a great time getting to know one another, and we have a lot of friends that can be counted on.
Our services are open to anyone to attend, whether you’re looking for a new church, on holiday, taking a break from your usual church, or just plain nosey, and want to find out what happens in that huge building on Bailey Hill on SUNDAYS at 10:30am.
About the Building
Capel Pendref —a brief history
King’s Christian Centre has a rich heritage. Our facility—Capel Pendref—was originally built on land given by Sir Thomas Mostyn in 1828 to accommodate a small, but steadily growing Methodist congregation.
By 1837 the congregation had swelled to six deacons and eighty-three members.
In 1905, during the time of Welsh revival, it was recorded that there were nine deacons, 145 members, 315 adherents or ‘grandawyr’ (literally translated ‘listeners’) with 204 attending Sunday school.†
The chapel was bought by the existing congregation from the Wesleyan Methodist Movement in March 2000, being re-named as ‘King’s Christian Centre’. To this day, Capel Pendref continues to be home to a thriving church community.