We’re a mixed group in terms of age, background, temperament and personality. Within that diversity, there’s a sense of togetherness, or unity in our love for Jesus Christ, and gratitude for all that he’s done.
Around 50 of us meet each Sunday morning at 10:30AM at Crickhowell Community Primary School and a few less on a Sunday evening at 6:00PM in The Church Centre on Silver Lane.
As a church, we are affiliated to the AECW Association of Evangelical Churches in Wales, and with a national family of 600+ churches across Britain, the FIEC Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches
10:30AM Crickhowell Community Primary School
6:00 PM The Church Centre, Silver Lane, Crickhowell
Our church is not just a weekly sing song; we’re more like an extended family, passionately believing that our faith should be practiced every day of our lives. Some have spent a lifetime attending chapel or church, but for others, they’ve have come to this more recently.
Truth be told, some who attend aren’t aren’t really sure what to make of this ‘Christianity thing’, who feel at home or at least are willing to be engage with what we think and be challenged about their own. It goes without saying that each and every person coming to church are treated with the highest respect, and whatever beliefs one may or may not have, you should know that you can ask any questions and will be treated thoughtfully and with respect. You are very welcome to work through things at your own pace.
Everyone is unique.
As for our regulars, some work from home whilst others are establishing careers. Some have retired and others are either still at school or studying at uni. Some have families with little ones in a car seat, and others make use of a free bus pass. Some sing in the town choir, others prefer to bend and creak in pilates. One leads the visually impaired society, while another attends the U3A. We’ve a dry-stone walling enthusiast and others who canoe, swim or mountain bike. We’ve art class enthusiasts, lapsed Welsh language learning intermediates and others can think of nothing better than a long day of village cricket or an evenings socialising at the book club. Throw in some box sets fans and you quickly see that all sorts of people come to our church.
Of course, the best way to find out more about us is to come and meet us in person. So how about it – stop reading and come along.