Revd Paul Ballard (Cardiff University) joins the Cardiff Adult Christian Education Centre on Friday 21st October 2016, 7.30 pm to reflect and discuss the events of the Aberfan Disaster and the fifty years since.
This Sunday our Church Secretary Revd Shelagh Pollard will be leading worship at 10.30 am. We continue our appeal for tinned food and items for Cardiff Foodbank as part of our Harvest Festival Worship on 25th September.
It was with some sadness that I heard of the death of the Rt Rev Dr David Jenkins recently. The one time Bishop of Durham was not ashamed of controversy as he challenged many of the beliefs of the church, not least on the Virgin Birth and the Resurrection. He was not, as I understand […]
This Summer I’ve spent a lovely fortnight work experience with Christian Aid in their Cardiff and London Offices. As part of my Geography degree at Swansea University I am conducting a work experience module and thought Christian Aid would be a great experience. I have always been aware of Christian Aid’s work and appeals due […]
This Sunday worship will be led by Mrs Rhoda Henson from 10.30 am followed by The Gathering at 6.30 pm in the Upper Room Join us!
Whether you’re simply interested in reflecting more on worship or already involved/likely to be involved in leading parts of worship services, these sessions are for YOU. Wednesday 7th September at Beulah URC: What is worship? Wednesday 14th September: The Bible in worship Wednesday 28th September: Creating worship Please note: We will start at 7.30p.m. and […]
This Sunday worship will be led by Revd Dr Tom Arthur with Holy Communion starting at 10.30 am
Reflections Time is a limited resource. Once a moment, an hour, a day or a year has gone, it’s gone forever. There seems never to be enough time to do everything we want to. Time is therefore extremely precious. Long ago in my secular employment, I gave my work all the time that was due […]
This Sunday Beth Charles leads us in worship and we all also be giving thanks for our time with Matt and Raf and saying goodbye! Join us from 10.30 am with coffee, tea and fellowship afterwards.
We’re pleased to announce that Asylum Justice have guaranteed funding for a further three years! But every donation helps to support this vital work, if you can donate please do! Founded in 2005 they have gone from strength to strength and in 2010 they won the Community Project Awards.