Cowbridge United Free Church

stepping out in faith

Food for thought Welcome   Croeso

Please remember

If you would like a chat, to ask for prayer, or any other support please let me know! I’m happy to chat and/or pray, or find someone else to chat/pray with you if you’d prefer. It doesn’t matter what you believe or where you are. We’re still here loving people as best we can!      With love, Heather

Our Church is still being church, it’s not about the bricks! 


Advent Calendar Poster & sheet[9173].pdf

***We are continuing with our online service on a Sunday at 10.30 which is recorded a little earlier (an online service will be a permanent feature of our fellowship) and with a service in church at 10.30 live - currently with music but no congregational singing*** 

The weekday reflection is currently on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday around 10.30. Our Advent and Christmas programme is nearly finished and there will be something for everyone. 

Check back because some of the seasonal services will require advance booking so that we can be sure to have seats for everyone - appropriately distanced.



Reaching out to everyone as Jesus did (Jn3:16)




Cowbridge United Free Church has a vision of:

What sort of church are we?

We are an interdenominational church formed from the uniting of local Congregational, Methodist and Presbyterian churches with 'Ramoth' Baptist Chapel.   We function independently but under the umbrellas of our parent bodies and have members from all of the main denominations of the Christian faith as well as those with no particular affiliation, but most importantly we are a free church, and all are welcome.  

Our church is continually growing and evolving and has a regular attendance of over 60 people at morning worship including a significant number of children and young people.   There is a smaller, quieter evening service.   Refreshments are served after morning worship.

Midweek worship is part of our Lent and Advent preparation.   There are various study and prayer groups and the church holds quiet days throughout the year. 

Our church is autonomous.   It appoints its own minister and is totally self-financing.   Income is obtained through the free will offering of the congregation.    We actively support charitable organisations.

The day to day management of the church is the responsibility of  Church Council which is elected from among our membership.   The Church Members Meeting (held every third month) is the decision making body.

Holy Communion is  part of worship on the first Sunday morning and third Sunday evening of each month, as well as at Church festivals.

Infant Dedication, Baptism or Adult Baptism can all be arranged as can Weddings and Funerals, whatever your religious affiliation - speak to us, we will listen!