About Us

Hidden behind the houses on Harlech Crescent the Church was often ‘missed’ by passersby. However, there has been a dramatic change in the approach from the Harlech Crescent roundabout. The gates had been hidden by a row of trees along the boundary of the corner house and the removal of these has opened up the view of our entrance and new sign board to people approaching from Glan-yr-afon Road.

The Church of All Souls is a modern building. It embodies, to use the words of the late Professor Roy Knight, the church's historian, 'the qualities the architect sought to achieve - dignity, proportion, simplicity.'

The building was dedicated by Bishop Glyn Simon on 12th September 1957. In 2007, 50th Anniversary celebrations included the production of a booklet; All Souls Church - An Open Door: Snapshots and Impressions 1982 – 2007. The modern interior is light and airy with long windows that let the sun stream in.

A Warm Welcome awaits all visitors to All Souls’. We have an active social programme as well as regular worship. Regular events include Summer Concerts, a May Fayre, a variety of fund raising Social Evenings, Harvest Supper and a Parish Lunch to celebrate All Souls day. All these events are well attended and provide us with an opportunity to share with others the joy of being a member of All Souls Church.

All Souls Church is a community church, a church that sees families and young children as being central to its life. We have Sunday School during the morning service, run a Youth Club for primary school children (7 – 11 years) and provide accommodation for the local Rainbow and Guide Groups. Jelly Beans Nursery is also based at All Souls Church Hall. Run by Rachael Roberts, contact her direct on 01792 203873, and each year the children of Jelly Beans celebrate Christmas by holding their Nativity service at the Church.