Services at Penrallt

All of our services at the moment are in a hybrid format, with a congregation in the building and others joining us on Zoom. Services are at 10:30am on Sunday mornings except where otherwise noted. Under current Welsh Government regulations, booking is not required to attend the building but other restrictions are still in place:

  • You must not attend if you are displaying Covid symptoms or have tested positive for Covid in the last 10 days. Although not legally required to self-isolate if you are double-vaccinated and have been in contact with Covid, we would ask you to consider not attending for 10 days in order to protect others.
  • Face masks remain compulsory for indoor public activities, including our services. Please be aware that there are some exemptions, so if you see somebody else not wearing a mask this doesn't mean that you don't need to, nor that they should be.
  • You will be required to sign in (and provide contact details if we don't already have them) on arrival and to use hand sanitiser, which will be provided.
  • Please aim to arrive between 10:15 and 10:30am and find yourself a seat. Refreshments will be served at the end of the service, but please give people a few minutes to leave if they want to before you start mingling.
  • Please bring a drink and a cough sweet with you, as well as sufficiently warm clothes, as the building will be well ventilated.

Here is the Zoom link for our Sunday services (the meeting should be running by 10:25am each Sunday and will continue for a chat after the service itself finishes):

This Sunday, 12th December, will be a nativity service led by our Sunday school and youth team.

Our previous online services are available here:

Audio recordings of most of our sermons from recent years, including the ones from online services, can be found on our sermons page, along with slides or notes for some of them. Most of the sermon and reading videos from our online services are also available on our YouTube channel.

Find out what we have been singing recently by looking at our songs database.

Online Fellowship Morning Service at Penrallt