There are a number of churches in Aberystwyth, although all are now meeting online due to the corona virus situation. Most of the churches that students go to are listed below.
St Mike’s is an Anglican church situated behind the Old college. We meet on Sundays at 11am & 6pm where we worship God together through a blend of traditional and contemporary worship styles. After the evening service students meet together at ’the living room’ which is just a space to relax together, chat and drink hot chocolate, occasionally we will invite a special guest. There are also student home groups that run on a Tuesday evening, can’t make Tuesday’s? No worries we’ll get you connected with a group you can attend weekly. Loads of stuff goes on throughout the year as well, day conferences, days out, a weekend away, 1-2-1 bible studies. Check out the Facebook group for more info, 'St Mike’s Church: Students’. The church is open every day 9-5 if you fancy popping in to have a look around and chat to whoever's in the office.
Don't be put off by the imposing title of our church. Alfred Place is just the name of the road we meet on, in fact there's no one called Alfred in our church at all, but there are two people called Jan. We're the old-school evangelical church in Aber. Yes, we use hymn-books and our sermons last longer than ten minutes, but our aim is profound, what we want to do is experience God speaking to us, and there's nothing boring about that. Come along, and you'll be sure to receive a warm welcome and a milky sweet cup of tea
Elim Aberystwyth is 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.
Holy Trinity Church
Holy Trinity Church, situated on Trinity Road, not far from the railway station, provides a biblical ministry centred on the worship of God, preaching and the sacraments, teaching, and fellowship. It offers a more traditional form of Anglican worship based on the services of the Church in Wales, which express the shared truth of the Christian faith and encourage active participation. By seeking to provide an accessible and inclusive form of worship that honours God, the scriptures, and tradition while remaining relevant for today, Holy Trinity aims to present the challenge and good news of Jesus Christ, help people to apply the teachings of the Bible to their lives, and provide practical support to one another. Students meet for Bible study and meals, and are most welcome, whether they are believers, would like to find out more about the Christian faith, or are thinking of returning to church after an absence.