Pantydefaid Unitarian Chapel
Minister: Wyn Thomas
Secretary: Mrs. E. Davies
Tel: 01570 480526
The chapel was established in 1802 and the present building dates from 1898. Behind the pulpit there are two beautiful stained glass windows in memory of the Llanfair family. On one window there is a picture of Saint Paul and on the other, the words 'Be thou faithful unto death and I will give thee the crown of life' encompassing the picture of a crown.
One of the memorials on the wall refers to the Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones who became a Unitarian Minister in Chicago. He was the uncle of the famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright
The congregation was formed as a Unitarian cause by Dr. Charles Lloyd and some followers, probably being dissatisfied with the Arian theological stance at nearby Llwynrhydowen.
This is one of the most beautiful chapels in the area, a square building with a gallery at the back. There is a very large cemetery and a large hall for Sunday School and social purposes above two cottages.