|Churches & Cathedrals in South Wales|
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St Mellons Baptist Church
The Baptist Church in St Mellons dates back to 1794, when a small group began meeting regularly for worship.
Festival Church is working at the heart of the community in Ebbw Vale, following our ambitious vision to “bring the church back into the centre of the community”.
We have two awesome congregations across two great cities; Newport and Swansea. You\'ll find all you need to know about us here, and if there\'s anything else you\'d like to ask us then we\'d love to answer your questions.
Hebron Evangelical Church
We are a Bible-centred Baptist church meeting in Dowlais.
St Julians Methodist Church
You may just want company or an hours refuge, time to collect your thoughts. Somewhere to be where nobody judges or is unkind to you. Somewhere where support is free and favours in return are not expected. You may be undecided about your religion or faith, it does not matter, you will be welcome in this church. It is good to know that there is still a community where friends are true friends and give support freely and willingly. You will not be pressured or told, just made welcome.
St. Mary\'s Catholic Church, Monmouth
Our church, St Mary\'s, dates from the eighteenth century, but Catholicism has much deeper roots here. Monmouth is an ancient town, and its situation at the confluence of two rivers has given it a history of strategic importance. Romans and Normans occupied it. Henry V was born in Monmouth castle.
Parish of Cowbridge
The Parish of Cowbridge, strictly a Rectorial Benefice, is centred on Cowbridge, a small market town in the beautiful and rural Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, about 13 miles west of Cardiff on the principal non-motorway route (A48) between Cardiff and Swansea.
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