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As an independent congregation we do not belong to any denomination. We maintain the right to conduct our affairs under the authority of God’s word. However, we believe in the unity of all true gospel-centred churches and seek to foster respectful fellowship and co-operation where this can be done without compromising our doctrinal beliefs. One way we do that is through membership of or participation with inter-church associations and organisations such as those outlined below.

Affinity is a fellowship of Churches, evangelical Agencies and Christians. Through our fellowship together we seek to express the unity all God's people enjoy because they belong to Jesus Christ. Through our partnership with one another we are committed to proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Within the Bridgend area the pastors of the local group of Affinity affiliated churches meet together on a monthly basis to pray together and discuss ways of working together to promote the gospel. The other churches currently represented within this group are as follows:

Bethel Baptist Church

Brackla Tabernacle

Bridgend Gospel Hall

Grace Church

Litchard Mission Church

Vine Christian Centre

Associating Evangelical Churches of Wales (AECW) seeks to promote the fullest possible co-operation in fellowship and witness between all churches that embrace the evangelical faith. The passion of AECW churches is to proclaim the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ to Wales and the world.

Evangelical Movement of Wales (EMW) is a fellowship of churches and individuals that began in the 1940s with the aim of serving both English and Welsh speakers in promoting the gospel of Jesus Christ through outreach, publications, camps, conference, courses and bookshops.

Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC) exists to promote the welfare of undenominational Bible churches and to give expression to their essential oneness in the fundamental doctrines of historic evangelical Christianity. It is committed to defending the truth set out in its Doctrinal Basis and to promoting a united testimony to the world.


The Gospel Coalition is a fellowship of evangelical churches deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures. We are committed ourselves to invigorating churches with new hope and compelling joy based on the promises received by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone.

London Seminary  was established in 1977, under the vision and leadership of Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones, for the purpose of training men for pastoral and preaching ministry. Since then, a large number of men have completed the course and are now serving the Lord as pastors, preachers and missionaries in the United Kingdom and in countries across the globe.


The Proclamation Trust has existed since 1986 to encourage ministry that seeks above all to teach the Bible as God's Word relevant for today. To this end we seek both to equip and to encourage Bible teachers.


UNION Union School of Theology was formed in 1985 and seeks to help train men and women for Christian ministry. A desire to know the Bible and the Lord better is central to all study at UNION whether you are training for the preaching/pastoral ministry, cross-cultural mission or home evangelism.