List of places of worship in Cardiff

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This is a list of places of worship in Cardiff, capital city of Wales.

Currently active[edit]

Buddhist[edit]

Christian[edit]

Baptist Union of Great Britain[edit]

Bethel, Whitchurch

Baptist Union of Wales[edit]

Tabernacl Chapel

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints[edit]

  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Rhiwbina

Church in Wales[edit]

Llandaff Cathedral
St John the Baptist

Ecumenical churches and shared churches[edit]

  • Canton Uniting Church, Canton (Baptist Union of Great Britain and United Reformed Church)[25]
  • Christchurch, Llandaff North (shared by Methodist and United Reformed churches)[26]
  • Christchurch, Fairwater (shared by Methodist and United Reformed churches)[27]
  • St David's Ecumenical Church, Pentwyn (Baptist Union of Great Britain, Church in Wales and United Reformed Church)[28][29][30]
  • Llanrumney Community Church, Llanrumney (shared by Rhiwbina Baptist Church and New Hope Community Church)[31][32]
  • Pontprennau Community Church, Pontprennau (Baptist, Church in Wales, Methodist and United Reformed Church)[33][34][27][35]
  • The Church of the Resurrection, St Mellons[36]

Elim Pentecostal Church[edit]

City Temple

Evangelical Lutheran Church of England[edit]

Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales[edit]

Gospel Halls[edit]

  • Adamsdown Gospel Hall, Adamsdown[41]
  • Canton Gospel Hall, Canton[42]
  • Ebenezer Gospel Hall, Grangetown[43]
  • Fairwater Gospel Hall, Fairwater[44]
  • Heath Gospel Hall, Heath[45]
  • Leckwith Gospel Hall (The Church in the Avenue), Canton[46]

Independent Baptist[edit]

  • Ainon, Tongwynlais[47]
  • Cornwall Street Baptist Church, Grangetown[48]
  • Emmanuel, Gabalfa[49]
  • Gabalfa Baptist Church, Gabalfa[50]
  • St Mellons (Caersalem) Baptist Church, St Mellons[51]
  • Rhiwbina Baptist Church, Rhiwbina[52]

Jehovah's Witnesses[edit]

  • Kingdom Hall, Gabalfa
  • Kingdom Hall, Llanrumney

Methodist Church[edit]

Llanishen Methodist Church

Orthodox Church[edit]

Presbyterian Church of Wales[edit]

  • Cathedral Road, Pontcanna[62]
  • Fairwater Church, Fairwater[63]
  • Park End, Cyncoed[64]
  • Tabernacle, Whitchurch[65]
  • Saltmead Hall, Grangetown[66]

Quakers[edit]

  • Friends Meeting House, city centre[67]

Roman Catholic Church[edit]

Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral
  • Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral (St David's Cathedral), city centre
  • St Alban's-on-the-Moors, Splott
  • Blessed Sacrament, Rumney
  • St Brigid's, Llanishen[68]
  • St Cadoc's Church, Llanrumney
  • Christ the King, Llanishen[68]
  • St Clare's, Ely
  • St Francis of Assisi, Ely
  • Holy Family, Fairwater
  • St John Lloyd, Rumney
  • St Joseph's, Gabalfa
  • St Mary of the Angels, Canton
  • Our Lady of Lourdes, Llandaff North
  • St Patrick's, Grangetown
  • St Paul's, Cyncoed[68]
  • St Peter's, Plasnewydd
  • St Philip Evans, Llanedeyrn
  • St Teilo's, Whitchurch

Salvation Army[edit]

  • The Salvation Army, Canton[69]
  • The Salvation Army, Cathays[70]
  • The Salvation Army, Ely[71]
  • The Salvation Army, Grangetown[72]
  • The Salvation Army, Splott[73]

Union of Welsh Independents[edit]

  • Eglwys Minny Street, Cathays[74]

United Reformed Church[edit]

Other denominations and independent churches[edit]

Cardiff Chinese Christian Church
  • All Nations Church, Heath[81]
  • Bethania, St Mellons[82]
  • Bethesda, Rhiwbina[83]
  • Cardiff Chinese Christian Church, Canton[84]
  • Church of God, Canton[85]
  • Ebenezer Church, Grangetown[86]
  • Eglwys y Crwys, Cathays[87]
  • Eglwys Efengylaidd Gymraeg Caerdydd (Cardiff Welsh Evangelical Church), Cathays[88]
  • Garden of the Lord, Tremorfa[89]
  • Glenwood Church, Llanedeyrn[90]
  • Heath Evangelical Church, Gabalfa,[91] also holds services of the Cardiff Korean Church.[92]
  • Highfields Church, Cathays[93]
  • International Church, Cathays[94]
  • Llandaff North Christian Centre, Llandaff North (formerly Llandaff North Gospel Hall)[95]
  • Llanishen Evangelical Church, Llanishen (formerly Emmaus Chapel)[96]
  • Mackintosh Evangelical Church, Roath[97]
  • Minster Christian Centre, Roath[98]
  • New Hope Centre, Butetown[99]
  • New Hope Community Church, Llanrumney
  • New Testament Church of God, Butetown[100]
  • Rumney Gospel Chapel, Rumney[44]
  • Salem, Canton[101]
  • Shiloh Pentecostal Church, Riverside[102]
  • Tabernacle, Roath[103]
  • Thornhill Church, Thornhill[104]

Hindu[edit]

Islam[edit]

Shah Jalal Islamic Cultural Centre

Judaism[edit]

Orthodox[edit]

Movement for Reform[edit]

Sikhism[edit]

  • Sri Dasmesh Singh Sabha Gurdwara Bhatra, Riverside[106][107]
  • Sikh Gurdwara Temple, Roath[108]

Notable defunct places of worship[edit]

Norwegian Church

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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