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Giving is one way of saying thank you to God for all his gifts to us.

2 Cor 8:9 “For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you through his poverty might become rich.”

God has been so generous to us in many ways, but particularly in saving us through the costly and gracious gift of his son, Jesus. If we really grasp the significance of that gift, we will be excited about using the money that God has entrusted us with to serve him and to fulfil his command to make and mature disciples, in Cardiff, Wales and the world. We have an opportunity to invest in eternal treasure that will never lose its value. It’s not about what we have to do with our money as Christians, it’s about what we get to do – what a privilege! 

You can give in two different ways...

1) On Sundays. By putting your offering in the wooden offering box at the front of the hall.

2) Regular giving by standing order. Please click here to download our giving and gift aid information leaflet. Arranging a monthly standing order for your giving is the most helpful way for us a Church to plan our ministries in the knowledge of having a regular income.

Gift Aid
If you are a UK taxpayer, please complete and sign the Gift Aid form which is on the reverse of the giving and gift aid leaflet (link above) or on the front of the blue giving envelope. This enables the church to reclaim tax worth 25% on top of your gift at no extra cost to you.

For more information please speak to one of the finance team (Steff Elis, Graeme Hunter, Sarah Roberts & Vicky Bishop), or email them on

Hello and welcome! If you are a new visitor, please click here to find out what to expect at one of our Sunday services. If you would like any more information, please get in touch with the Church Office


Planning your Visit

New to Church? New to the area?

We are a growing family of Christians, committed to sharing the good news about Jesus, loving one another and loving our community in Pontprennau/Pentwyn, and beyond.

We'd love you to come and visit us for one of our Sunday meetings. Here are some answers to common questions, to help you know what to expect when you visit:


Where & when do you meet?

We meet every Sunday at 10am for our Sunday meeting in Pontprennau Primary School. If you are planning to visit for the first time you are welcome to send us a note to so that we can guarantee you a space and give you a warm welcome.  It helps to get there 15 minutes early to get a parking spot and find your seat in time for the meeting to start. Parking spaces are limited so please park considerately. We meet at:

Pontprennau Primary School

Heol Pontprennau


CF23 8LL


What can I expect on a Sunday?

Our meetings are currently being managed in accordance with COVID-19 safety guidance.  As a result some of the activities listed below are restricted or look slightly different.  However, we can  assure you or a warm welcome and an informal, family feel despite the restrictions that may be in place when you visit.

You will be welcomed at the door, where we can answer any questions you might have and direct you to where you need to go. The service will last about 60 minutes and will 
include Bible reading, prayer and a sermon during which the Bible reading is explained. 

Tea and coffee are served after the service - there is plenty of time to meet new people and ask more questions. Click here for more information.   

What happens to the kids?

We have a programme for Children and Young People during the morning service. Children will leave the main service  when announced by the service leader. 

Creche (up to 3 years). Led by our Crèche team, the youngest in our congregation enjoy a time of Bible stories, singing, craft and play.

Sunday School (reception to Year 6). Our Sunday School team lead the children as they learn about God from the Bible through videos, activities, games, and craft. 

Youth (years 7-13). Our young people stay in the service and meet afterwards to discuss and apply the sermon together with one of the youth leaders.

For more information, click here.

Is there a dress code?

No! Please just be yourself and come dressed in your 'normal' clothes. 

Will I have to join in?

Not at all! You are very welcome to simply observe or participate as much as feels comfortable for you.   

I have more questions, how can I ask them?

Please feel free to contact us, or speak to one of the leaders or welcome team on a Sunday morning.