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Jesus on the Cross - Stained glass window from the east window above the altar at St Barnabas Church

Latest Sermons

Sun 10th November
Marriage &
Resurrection
Sun 3rd November
Calling of Zacchaeus
Sun 25th October
Pharisee &
the Tax Collector
Sun 10th October
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Latest Updates

17th November 2013
Confirmation Photos
01 July 2013
Our New Curate
21st May 2013
St Barnabas Week
20th May 2013
God's Vision for Us
5th May 2013
Parish Report
5th May 2013
Easter Photo Gallery
22nd March 2013
Holy Week Services
14th December 2012
Online Retreat
1st October 2012
New Essay:
CHURCH GROWTH

 
  Sunday:   8:30am Holy Eucharist  
    10:00am Family Communion  
  1st Sun. only   6:00pm Informal Worship  
  Wednesday: 10:30am Holy Eucharist  
     
         
 

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Esgobeath Abertawe ac Aberhoddu
The Diocese of Swansea and Brecon

The Church in Wales - Yr Eglwys Yng Nghymru

Croseo i Eglwys Sant Barnabas - Welcome to Saint Barnabas Church

View Our Holy Week & Easter Services

If you're looking for a place to worship, or just tired of all the running around and wanting to visit the Church to get a bit of space, why don't you come and join us? You're assured of a great welcome and a combination of traditional and family ("child-friendly") worship in a relaxed setting.

We're part of the Anglican Church in Wales. Our roots go way back to the ancient Celtic Church with its emphasis on hearing God speaking through the bible, the centrality of worship, growing in a living relationship with Jesus and the importance of practical service within the community in which the Church is set. Like our forerunners we acknowledge the challenge of living in difficult times, being culturally "up-to-speed" and relevant, yet able to hear witness to God's unchanging love in Jesus Christ. We are convinced that the Gospel of the Kingdom is still great news for people looking for real purpose and meaning in their lives and that it can have a marked impact on our society in terms of social justice. 

St Barnabas is a family church - so children are especially welcome and are part of a lively 'Junior church' which meets as part of our 10:00am Family Communion Service.

Ian Davies, Vicar of St Barnabas

The Rev'd Canon Dr. Ian Davies
Click here to contact Ian

Phoebe and Felix - the Vicarage Cats

For those who prefer something a little more meditative, we have Holy Eucharist services on Sunday at 8:30am and on Wednesday at 10:30am. The first Sunday of every month at 6:00pm we have an alternative, more informal, acoustically-led evening worship service, often with prayer for healing.

If you want to get in contact to discuss the church programme, it would be great to hear from you! Please take some time to read one or two of our published sermons and keep up to date with the topics being preached on a Sunday. If you would like us to pray with you or for you, use our online prayer request - let us help you through prayer and meditation. We look forward to seeing you in the near future.

The Reverend Dr. Ian Davies
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Read Ian's Biography Profile)

Vicarage Cats. Read Felix's:  'obituary'

       
  View the photo gallery and explore this tranquil and peaceful 19th century church. All photographs are available for sale through our online Gift Shop.  
       
 

Would you like to learn more about who Jesus is? The best place to learn is from the Bible. To help you, we have put together material about the Son of God, the Messiah: Jesus Christ.  
     
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help support our church.
 
 

 
     
  Sermons are delivered at
St. Barnabas every week
and they form part of our
worship and praise. You can 'take part' in our services at home by accessing our library of past sermons.
 
     

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