Huge thank you to the talented Luke Ryan for his excellent work at Mynyddbach! He has contributed so much to the restoration project. His ‘precision painting’ and attention to detail is a work of art! Everyone who visits the chapel is more than complimentary and are singing his praises! Find out more about Luke and his business by visiting his Facebook page: www.facebook.com/50shadespainting/
If you take a look at our Flickr page you can see how he has transformed the chapel ceiling at Mynyddbach.
There will be a Harvest Service on Wednesday 4 November at 2.30 at our newly renovated Mynyddbach Chapel. Please come and join us and take a look around, we would love to see you!
From September 2015 , we will be celebrating 375 years of nonconformity at Mynyddbach. Mynyddbach is the Mother chapel to over 60 sister chapels in the Swansea and surrounding areas. To celebrate this we have been busy renovating the chapel and grounds and on Friday 9th October at 7pm we will be holding a concert with the Pontarddulais Male Voice Choir and special guests. Tickets are £10 on the door. The Concert on Friday will be the first time the reordered and renovated chapel will be used; the renovations have created a very versatile space for concerts, Weddings, Funerals, Baptisms and many other activities. This concert will be held under the banner of the Calon Lân Centre which is a registered charity set up to give communities a sense of belonging and cultural identity using the history of the local area and the story of Calon Lân to bring people together. The Trustees of the Centre have also been busy making the new section of the Cemetery available for new burials and working with CARING FOR GODS ACRE – a national charity set up to help chapels look after their grounds we have made available over 300 new burial plots in the newest section of the cemetery.
We look forward to welcoming you!
We have a new Flickr site and Twitter account which are both linked to our website. Please take a look!
The photographs are courtesy of Ivor Williams who has taken some fantastic shots over the last few years of the ongoing work being done at Mynyddbach. You can see how the building is being transformed. There are lots more photographs to add, so keep watching.
We have also just launched our Twitter account but are a bit short on followers at the moment. If you want to keep up with news on the go then please follow us!