A Beacon of Light for a Rural Community

We worship God each Sunday, offering a warm welcome to all and genuine caring concern. We are keen to know more about the Lord, His message and how to make it work in the wider world. Worship is conducted in English, but you may also hear some Welsh being spoken, as we have a number of Welsh speakers and learners in the congregation. Our chapel is not a dour place - we like to laugh and we always linger and socialise at the end of morning worship.  

We have a house group which meets on a Thursday evening, when we discuss our faith, the Bible and current affairs over cake and a cuppa. 

Bible Study sessions are held as a pastorate and a number of our members attend those. We also join with our friends across the pastorate for a service when there is a fifth Sunday in the month.
We are currently exploring new ways of working with the surrounding communities. Our first venture was ‘Carols on the Common’ in Ffynnon Gynydd, when around 50 locals gathered to roast chestnuts, toast marshmallows, drink hot chocolate and sing carols.   

See the ‘worship’ section for details of special services which are held throughout the year and for further information on our styles of worship.  

Up-to-the-minute news can be found on our Facebook page: Capel Maesyronnen Chapel