At the Christian Union we believe that life in the church is foundational to the Christian life and encourage all our members to be a part of a local church congregation. We are partnered with all the churches listed here through our shared beliefs in the Doctrinal Basis which you can read more about below.
Alfred Place Baptist Church
Don't be put off by the imposing title of our church. Alfred Place is just the name of the road we meet on. We meet every Lord’s Day (Sunday) in our church-building at 11am & 5pm. At the moment we are alternating between Whole-Church Prayer, downstairs at AP, and Small-Group Prayer which takes place in various places, online and in-person Tuesdays 7:30pm
We're the old-school evangelical church in Aber. Our obsession and central-conviction as a church is that it is all about Jesus. He is Lord God. We never graduate from him. There is nothing we do in church or in life which is separated from him. He is the absolute, complete and utter foundation of all of our church-life, no exception, it really is all about him.
Freedom Community Church
We meet on Sundays at 4pm, which means you can enjoy a lie in... and so can we. You'll find us at Plascrug School on Plascrug Avenue, which is a short walk down from Lidl. Google will get you here.
Our number one priority is seeing God move across our town and community, with lives thriving and everyone experiencing the freedom knowing Jesus brings us. We love that Church is family, way more than just a meeting or club we might attend. That means there are many ways you can connect with us, including our midweek Life Group on Wednesdays. And pretty much everything we do involves food which is a bonus! Do come and say hello, we'd love to meet you.
Freedom Community Church is part of the Assemblies of God Great Britain movement, expressing our worship and devotion to God in a relaxed and lively way as we hear from The Bible and encounter God's presence together.
We are a lively church made up of individuals and families from all backgrounds and walks of life who exist to “Love God & Love People.” Our purpose is to be good news to the community around Aberystwyth, Wales and the world! We are part of the Elim Pentecostal Family of churches.
Our Sunday morning celebration starts at 10.30am. All are welcome to join us as we worship God, encounter Him, His word and His people. There are plenty of other activities and ways to get totally stuck in to the life of the church.
Eglwys Efengylaidd Aberystwyth
Eglwys Efengylaidd Aberystwyth is a Welsh speaking evangelical Bible believing church. We have about 40 members with a good mix of ages. We do not have our own building and have had to move about over the years. We currently meet in Llanfarian village hall for our Sunday services at 10:30 and 5:00 and in Waunfawr hall or in house groups for our weekday services. The church was formed in the 60s by four families that came out of their traditional denominational churches because those churches had left the biblical gospel for more liberal interpretations. Over the years there has been a strong link between the church and the Welsh C.U. For those who are not fluent in Welsh we have simultaneous translation in the Sunday services.
There are 3 Anglican Churches in Aberystwyth town (within a group of 5). Rev'd Becky (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Student Pastor and heads up the work with students. The 3 town churches are -
St Mike's (Laura Place, SY23 2AU - up towards the Castle!) - An Evangelical Charismatic Church. On Sunday we meet at 10:30am and 7pm (with refreshments at 6:30pm). The morning service has a range of ages, the evening service is a bit more informal and a slightly younger vibe!)
Holy Trinity (Stanley Road, SY23 1LS - near ish to Lidl!) - A traditional Anglican Church (often with a choir). We meet at 11am on Sundays.
Santes Fair (Gray's Inn Road, SY23 1QE - Gray's Inn Road is near the Texaco/Tesco roundabout) - A Welsh speaking Evangelical Church. On Sunday's we meet at 9:45am in the building and 5yh Hwyrol Weddi on Zoom.