We are a church that has grown and is growing out of a number of different groups of Christians joining together and so we belong or are closely linked to the following church organisations:
We have a sharing agreement for ministry with Castle Square United Reformed Church.
We actively engage in ‘Valleys of Sanctuary’, which is a group that welcomes and actively campaigns for Syrian Refugees in Rhondda Cynon Taf. We help provide goods and furnishings for the new homes of Syrian families and most of all we offer our support and friendship to these people who find themselves in a strange land.
Volunteers from St. Dyfrig’s Catholic church run a free Winter Cafe in our Church Hall on Sunday evenings from 6pm to 8pm. It provides a hot meal and drink for the homeless, roofless and lonely people in the local area. Contact Richard Boyle via St. Dyfrig’s Catholic Church for more information about the Cafe and volunteering to work at the Cafe.
The lower level of our premises houses a project that helps people that are addicted to drugs. It is run by the Crime Reduction Initiative.
We give financial support to DPIA – Displaced People in Action, who work with refugees and asylum seekers in Wales, via our own Justice and Peace Group.
At Christmas we send cards of support to prisoners of conscience by working with Amnesty.
Other local ecumenical projects that we support with time, money, gifts and prayer are:
Pontypridd Christians Together
Several groups use our premises, some of whom are listed here