We are an Anglican Church belonging to the Church in Wales but very much in the Evangelical tradition wanting to reach out to the local community with the good news of the Gospel.
St. James is very much a work in progress and we are looking to God to change and transform us into the Church of His calling. To that end prayer is very much at the centre of what we do with weekly prayer meetings every Thursday morning at 9.30 and during the house groups too.
We want St. James to be a church for everyone – families, children, students and older people – and the services and the service times reflect that. There is something for everyone from the more traditional and quieter Anglican Holy Communion on every other week at 9.00 and Cymun Bendigaid – Holy Communion in Welsh - at the same time on the other Sundays. Also there is Family Service and Morning Worship on alternative Sundays with a more contemporary Holy Communion on the other weeks at 10.30. And at 5.00 we have a more informal service with Bible teaching in an informal setting.
At every service the Bible is at the heart of our preaching and teaching and pew Bibles provide an opportunity for people to follow the passages being used.