We are a thriving family church in the heart of the Uplands area of Swansea. Our close proximity to the university and the hospital means we have folks from all backgrounds and nationalities worshiping with us, coming from places as far a field as Russia, Nigeria and even Newport.
We have an active children's and youth work, as well as a ministry to students. We are passionate about bringing the good news of Jesus to our neighbours, not just in words, but in our actions.
We are part of the 'Swansea Hope' network of churches, the Evangelical Alliance, and the Baptist Union of Great Britain.
Our services are informal and the dress code is casual. Below you can find out when we meet as well as what else goes on throughout the week.
We hope you find our website helpful and should you choose to pay us a visit, we pray you find a warm welcome.
PANTYGWYDR BAPTIST CHURCH
9-10am - Traditional Service
(no children's provision)
11am-12:15pm (ish) - Contemporary Service
After the first twenty minutes children aged under 16 are invited to go out to their own groups for age specific activities.
Communion is typically celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of the month in the Traditional Service, and on the 3rd Sunday in the 11am Service.
MEET THE TEAM
Rev John Rogers
John grew up in Lancashire and holds an MA in Theology as well as undergraduate degrees in Sociology, Youth Work & Ministry. Over the last ten years John has worked in a number of roles and settings both within local church and in the community. John has served as a chaplain in a variety of settings from schools to the police, and is currently chaplain to Swansea University and the Sea Cadets. In his spare time John enjoys playing keyboard and treading the boards with his local ‘am dram’ group (having played the dame in panto more than once)!