About

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Llanelwy Community Church was formerly known as Llanelwy Christian Fellowship until 2014 (Llanelwy is the Welsh name for St Asaph). Although we are an English-speaking church, we recognise our Welsh context and encourage people to
engage with God in their first language. The church was established as a ‘plant’ from Sussex Street Christian Centre in Rhyl in 2001. We are affiliated to the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the church is a member of the Evangelical Alliance. We are a small, welcoming, family friendly church that seeks to be actively involved within our local community. We operate from a shop on the High St, which places us physically at the very centre of the city of St Asaph, which is where we desire to be spiritually.

The Vision Strapline of Llanelwy Community Church, and what we seek to be known as, is “Building Faith, Sharing Hope and Living Love … in Jesus”

As a Church we have developed the following ‘marks’ that define our purpose and character as a church:

We at Llanelwy Community Church are called to make a mark for Jesus Christ in the city of Llanelwy through a commitment to:

1. Honour

  • Always seeking to outdo one another in love…
  • Always seeking to be obedient to and apply the word of God to our everyday lives…

2. Welcome

  • Always being actively involved in serving our community…Opening our doors and exploring ways of ‘doing’ church…

3. Serve

  • Always seeking ways we can support those in need…
  • Accepting and nurturing people of all ages…

4. Pray

  • For one another…
  • For local groups and fellowships…
  • For overseas missionaries…

Having said all that, the best way to get to know us, is to come and join us, we’d love to welcome you.

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