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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Eglwys y Berth, Penmaenmawr
A Welsh-language church in the centre of Penmaenmawr near Bangor.
Capel Coch, Llanberis
Capel Coch church was established in 1777 and the present chapel was built in 1893. Since 2003, Nant Padarn Welsh Independent Church has joined us for worship in Capel Coch. We are a very busy church and we hold a wide variety of activities for all ages. There is a warm and welcoming society which proclaims the Gospel and serves the community for the glory of Jesus Christ.
Bethania, Y Felinheli
The church's aim is to worship, evangelise and serve. A friendly, welcoming and cosy chapel!
Berea Newydd, Bangor
The members of Berea Newydd worship and socialise in a bright, light and modern building in west Bangor. Visitors and new members are always welcome.
Noddfa is a Community Church located in Canolfan Noddfa, Peblig, Caernarfon. We are a lively, informal and welcoming church which serves the local area.
Eglwys Unedig Bethesda (Jerwsalem)
A Welsh-speaking church in Bethesda town centre in Gwynedd.
Eglwys y Waun, Waunfawr
A Welsh-speaking church in the centre of Waunfawr village, near Caernarfon.
A small, Welsh-speaking church at the heart of Snowdonia National Park. Nantmor is situation about 1.5 miles south of Beddgelert.
Capel y Groes, Penygroes
A united church which worships in a modern building in the village of Penygroes, Arfon. Part of Bro Lleu Pastorate.
Seilo is the Presbyterian Church of Wales' largest church in terms of membership. Loctated in Caernarfon town centre, it is a very busy and active church. Over the years, the members of Seilo have produced and performed dozens of pageants and plays in the large chapel theatre.
Capel Caeathro - the only place of worship in the village - in the centre of Caeathro. The building is called 'the Chapel Centre' for good reason, because it plays host to the vast majority of village events - both social and Christian. A Sunday school is held during termtime.
A Welsh-speaking church in the Nantlle Vale which is part of Bro Lleu Pastorate.
The church's aim is to ensure that there is a place of worship open to Brynaerau residents every Sunday. This is achieved by holding a Sunday school at 10:30am and a service at 2pm every Sunday. The church is also open for special services such as christenings, weddings or funerals as necessary. The church buildings are also avaiable as a meeting place for local societies.
A Welsh-speaking church in the village of Carmel near Caernarfon, and part of Bro Lleu Pastorate.
A part of Bro Lleu Pastorate, this Welsh-speaking church gives children a central role in its services and warmly welcomes everyone who wishes to join the worship.
We have one service every Sunday - morning or evening, the time varies. We are a welcoming lot and during the Christmas service we have contributions from several of the members and children. We have a lively, flourishing Sunday school.
A Welsh-speaking church in the village of Rhostryfan near Caernarfon, and part of Bro Lleu Pastorate.
Y Cysegr, Bethel
Eglwys y Cysegr is located in the village of Bethel, Arfon, and is part of Glannau'r Saint Pastorate. A service is held every Sunday at 10am with the children's Sunday school in the vestry held following the opening service. The buildings are regularly used for meetings by Clwb Bro Bethel, Cymdeithas Lenyddol Undebol, Merched y Wawr, Cylch Ti a Fi and by various other village societies.
The cause at Bethania, Abergwyngregyn, was established in 1897. There are currently 26 members. In 1999 the Church in Wales held its first service in the chapel, and we regularly worship together in Harvest and Christmas services. The Chapel Youth Club (CIC) is held on Wednesdays at 5:30 and offers a wide range of activities for young people. We also welcome the villagers and local community by holding concerts, an annual lecture and summer funday.
A Welsh-speaking church which meets in Caban in the village of Brynrefail, Arfon.
The chaple, vestry and chapel house were built during 1910-12. The chapel has now been sold and the vestry has been adapted and is used as a place of worship with the Sunday school meeting in the elders' room. We have 66 members, including 5 elders, and a dozen children. The vestry is used by the community during the week.