Churches

The Presbyterian Church of Wales is one of the largest Christian denominations in Wales, with some 20,000 members and around 600 churches.

We do have a few redundant churches that are currently available for sale. The properties are usually offered freehold with certain restrictions upon future use and further information can be obtained from the appointed selling agent. To see our churches that are currently on the market please click here


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Minister:
The Revd Rebecca Lalbiaksangi
Presbytery:
Mid Wales & Border
Website:
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Services:
11:15 (English/Saesneg)
Contact Number:
01686668297

A warm welcome awaits all who would like to join our Sunday morning worship at 11:15am. Once a month, a joint communion service is held with our sister Presbyterian churches in the area. Dates, times and venues are always available on the chapel notice board. A Bible study is held on Tuesdays at 10:30am and an informal Fellowship on the second Thursday of the month at 2:30pm. All are welcome.

The first Welsh Presbyterian congregation in Montgomery held its meetings in local houses and business premoses before, on Christmas Day 1824, entering a new building in School Lane – now Heal Hall, a private residence. The present chapel on Princes Street was built and opened in 1885. It remained mostly unaltered until 2002 when the pulput wall was brought forward to accommodate an upper room and a small kitchen in the area behind. It was during this alteration that a letter, written by the minister at the time, was discovered behind a memorial plaque on a wall. It gave the numbers of members who had enlisted for WWI and expressed the desire that peace would soon reign throughout the world. This letter was replaced on completion of the work, together with another giving an update on the state of the chapel and the world. The plaque can be seen in the stairwell of the chapel and photographs of the alterations are available for perusal. For more information, please contact rebecca.ralte@ebcpcw.cymru