As the Welsh Church of Central London, we offer Christian fellowship through:
Worship in a bilingual setting
The proclamation of the Gospel
Demonstrating the love of Christ in our daily lives
Commitment to supporting the wider community
Eglwys Gymraeg Canol Llundain (The Welsh Church of Central London) came into being in 2006 when the Baptist Church at Castle Street, the Independent Churches at Tabernacle, King’s Cross and Radnor Walk, Chelsea united together to form Eglwys Gymraeg Canol Llundain.
The Welsh language, traditions and culture are very important to us; however, we are an ‘inclusive’ church and consequently all our services are bilingual.
We feel that the years since the Welsh Church of Central London came into being have been fruitful. We are a living church, and there’s a “buzz” about the place which makes us feel positive about the future of the fellowship here. We are looking forward to building on the work already begun, and to grow and develop in faith and spirit as a Church.
As well as our regular Sunday worship at 11:00 and 6:00, a Bible discussion group meets at 4:30. The “Saturday Afternoon Society” meets on the first Saturday of the month at 2:00 from February until July.
Every Wednesday at 12:00 we hold a brief, informal service followed by a cuppa and chat “Mid-day, Mid-week, Mid-London”