Due to the latest guidance and directives from the Welsh Government concerning the increase in Covid-19 infection, Greenfield has had to close it`s doors for normal worship for a further period of two weeks.

Online streamed services will continue as normal (both YouTube and Facebook), so we hope you will be able to join us for our regular Sunday and Tuesday services. Detail HERE >>>




It is with deep regret that we have to suspend all services and meetings at Greenfield until further notice.

We hope to continue with our worship and witness in different ways. We are looking to stream a Sunday morning service from the chapel led by myself. As there is to be a Sunday morning televised service led by the Archbishop of Canterbury we will ensure that we will not ‘clash’ with that service. Sunday evening a half hour ‘Conference Call’ service. Our Tuesday evening prayer meeting will also be ‘Conference Call’ .

The weekly Newsletter will be on Facebook – and emailed to members and friends who have an e mail address. Those who do not have e mail will receive the weekly Newsletter through the post. We will try to keep everyone up to date with church family news. The Newsletter will also have a message and prayer points.

While we have contact information for all our church members and regular friends who worship with us we are aware of a number of friends for whom we do not have this information.. It is important to us that we keep in contact with everyone. To those friends – please get in contact with your information.

My e mail is detjonescaeglas [@]   (NB: no bracket or spaces on the email address)


Rev.David Jones

Soup kitchen anniversary

Later this month  it will be 12 months since the Soup station first opened it`s doors on a Wednesday evening. Many have `passed through` during this last year, and we have made many friends with our guests.

Thank you to everyone who has supported the venture, whether directly or indirectly, and provided the resources for the service to continue.


Thank you from all the team.