We invite you to look around and get a feel for our church.
Our Minister, Reverend Rosa Hunt.
MESSY CHURCH – GWYL HWYL
This is a monthly bilingual initiative from St Illtud’s Church and Salem Baptist Tonteg. We invite you all to a messy, creative, fun, English and Welsh church service which includes craft, games, worship and a sit down meal. We especially welcome those who feel that they don’t fit into ‘traditional’ church. Our next Messy Church – GWYL HWYL – will be at Salem on Friday 6th February 2015 from 4 pm till 6 pm. For more information please contact Rev’d Rosa Hunt on firstname.lastname@example.org or (01443) 206353 or 07807893373 or the Rev'd Philip Gullidge on email@example.com or 01443 202538.
Please feel free to contact us and share any comments or questions which you might have. We look forward to hearing from you.
Social events calendar
23 January 2015
Fair Trade Evening- talk and sale of goods
12 February 2015
6 March 2015
Cawl and a Sing-a-long
16 April 2015
Board games with coffee and cake
22 May 2015
Evening walk with digital photography competition
26 June 2015
BBQ and display of winners from the photography competition
There are lots of things coming up at Salem over the next few months. Keep looking at the website for further updates and information.
We have a traditional Bible study group on Thursday afternoons in salem and two smaller groups in people's homes during the week.
If you would like to explore your Bible further, please come and join us. If you would like to come along or you have any enquiries regarding the course, please email or text Rosa on the contact details shown below:
M: 07807893373email: firstname.lastname@example.org
When you give thanks for another year of life, give something back. Make a donation to BMS World Mission through the Birthday Scheme and help bring new life to the world's most disadvantaged people.
Dont forget the Harvest Christian Book Shop in Church Street Pontypridd. They stock Bibles, Christian books and Fairtrade craft and foodstuff. Please help to support them. We also have a fairtrade stall in Salem once a month.