You are very welcome to join us as we meet together. We are currently meeting every Sunday at 9.30am at Ebenezer Church, (Ebenezer Church, Corporation Road, Grangetown, CF11 7AY) and in the evening on Zoom at 6:30pm. If you would like more information about services or links please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
As some members are still unable to meet with us our morning meetings are being streamed online you can find them on our Youtube channel
What to expect On Sunday Mornings?
We have worked hard to ensure our services are safe to attend in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. We are following Welsh Government guidance and have conducted a thorough risk assessment.
There will be a Bible reading, singing and a talk from the Bible, a time of prayer, a talk for children, and Sunday School and Creche provided.
You can listen to some recent talks here.
Who are we?
We are people with a message. That message is Jesus Christ and him crucified; the free grace of God; justification by faith apart from our own efforts; and the reality and power of the regenerating work of the Holy Spirit in the human heart.
Our worldview is shaped by the over-arching narrative of the Bible which, for all its complexity, is one book with one story. This story begins with ‘Creation’ and ‘Fall’ before unfolding God’s plan of ‘Redemption’ and ‘New Creation’ in Christ.
We are concerned above all to know God himself, acknowledging that he formed us for himself and that our hearts will always be restless until they find their rest in him.
We stand therefore firmly in the mainstream of historic, orthodox Christianity, tracing our heritage back through the Evangelical Fathers of the Eighteenth Century, the Reformed Confessions of the Seventeenth Century, and the great ecumenical creeds of the early church, to the Bible itself.
You can read our formal statement of faith here.