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In September of 2011 a small group of adults and children from Highfields Church started meeting together to pray and prepare for the launch of a satellite congregation in Pontprennau/Pentwyn. 

A few months later in January 2012 around 25 adults and 3 children started meeting on Sundays at Corpus Christi High School.  Many of us live locally in Pontprennau/Pentwyn and we all share a strong desire to see people in our community come to know the good news about Jesus and join with us in spreading that good news in our day-to-day lives.  It's all about making and maturing followers of Jesus.

Since then the church has grown, and moved our meeting-place several times! We are a large family of different kinds of people at various ages and stages of life. We became an independent church on the 6th of January 2019 and look forward to working hard for the fame of Jesus' name in Cardiff and beyond.

Though different in many ways, we are united by Jesus' work in our lives, and in sharing the good news about him.  This truth has shaped the way that we 'do church' together and has led to the formation of 3 important values:  Belong, Serve, Grow.

BELONG - We want people to belong:  

We’re a family, together for Jesus and the Gospel. We want people who meet us for the first time to feel they are welcomed by a family. We long to see them come to belong to the family of God by faith, drawn by the community and unity they see in us. We desire that people grow in their belonging through engagement in Life Groups, which are the heartbeat of our church. It’s in small groups that we invest in each other’s lives: helping each other to serve and grow in faith.

SERVE - We exist to serve God, the church and the world:  

We are saved to serve. We exist to serve God in worship. We are here to serve each other in care and discipleship. And we serve the world through sharing the good news of Jesus and showing his love. Serving means giving everything we have: our time, money, talents and energy; our all. Our great motivation in this is Jesus himself, the Servant King. He is our great example and he is our reward.  

GROW - We want to see Gospel growth, spiritual growth and numerical growth:  

We want to see our church family growing through people responding to the good news. So we will focus on spreading the gospel where we live, and where life happens - whoever and wherever we are, we want to live intentionally to show and share the love of Jesus. And our heart’s desire is to see followers of Jesus continuing to grow spiritually, pressing on towards the goal, not standing still. We desire numerical growth too, so that we can increasingly reach out to the community around us.  
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.