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The History of our church

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Our Church Buildings now


The church property consists of a terrace property ( Noah’s Place) fronting onto the high street, a graveyard, chapel, modern meeting room facilities, a small car park and a manse. 

Noah’s Place is currently purposed as a community café with rentable rooms above.

The traditional chapel seats 140 people on the ground floor and a further 150 on a balcony accessed by two staircases at the front of the chapel.

There is a large meeting room (Maendy Room) immediately to the left of the chapel accessed via internal and external doors and capable of seating 72 people in a flexible format. Over the winter period we often hold services in this room as it it warmer than the main chapel.

At the rear of the chapel we have a smaller meeting room (Clinton room), large reception hall, kitchen and rear access. There is off-street carparking for five vehicles at the rear.

The church building is situated within Cowbridge, a small town in the Vale of Glamorgan approximately 12 miles West of Cardiff, with a population of around 4,000. There are currently several new housing developments in progress, so the population is increasing. It is an important historic market town, one of a handful of surviving medieval walled towns in Wales and part of a designated conservation area along with nearby Llanblethian. It is surrounded by attractive villages and close to the beautiful beaches of the Glamorgan heritage coast and the stunning hills and waterfalls of the Brecon Beacons.

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