• Worshipping, sharing, serving, caring

    We extend a warm welcome to all
    in the community of Rhiwbina and beyond

     

    Let's keep together and support one another!

    COVID-19 Update

    In spite of the continuing restrictions we are all facing, the church is open again and we invite people to worship live with us in the church on Sunday mornings at 10.30 am.  At present you must book in advance to attend as we remain subject to social distancing and have a maximum capacity of 30 in the main church.  Please contact the office to obtain details of how to book in to join us.

    The church is also open on Thursday mornings from 10.00 am simply for personal prayer and solace. There is no need to book to join us for that time.

    All of this work is now complemented by 'online' activities including our weekly prayer meetings and Bible studies using the zoom conferencing service.  Most of what we do in the church continues to be recorded and uploaded onto this page and we are attempting some live streaming work as well on youtube and facebook.  Again for full details and links to join with us online, please contact the church office.

    Of course we are hopeful that further live meetings can begin again soon and please keep in touch with us if you would like updates on this.

    Greetings, love and prayers to you all.

    Stay safe and be well.

    Rev Phil Dunning

    Bethany Baptist Church
    Heol Llanishen Fach, Rhiwbina, Cardiff. CF14 6LA
    Minister - Rev Phil Dunning
    Church Office: 126c Heol Uchaf, Rhiwbina, Cardiff. CF14 6SS
    Telephone: 02920 692175 or 07990 523702 

    email: phildunning1968@googlemail.com

     


    ARMCHAIR TRAVELLERS

    Were you planning a summer holiday, abroad or at home this year?. Well think again. With travel limited we thought it would be an idea to ask members to describe their favourite, or unusual holiday memories. France seems to be a popular destination so turn to the August Online Messenger and read about the Oh!, Ah! And Wow! experiences of holidays gone but not forgotten.

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