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

To find out more about our churches and where they are located please click here for a map.

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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South East Wales
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Contact Number:
Mr D. Meirion Evans (01446 760568)

The congregation at Trehill in the Vale of Glamorgan was founded at the personal invitation of Howell Harris, the charismatic leader of the 18th century Welsh Methodist Revival and a key figure in the founding of the Presbyterian Church of Wales.

The present church building was erected in 1873 but the cause began in 1740 when Howell Harris of Trefeca established a ‘society’ in a nearby house. The present minister in charge is Reverend Professor John Heywood Thomas.

Click here to download a leaflet written by Jean Silvan Evans of Trehill chapel about the church’s rich history.