We meet every week as a congregation in Gellionnen chapel at 10.45 a.m.

We are blessed with the support of our local community who join us for events during the year

Most popular are our Christmas Services, one of which is held at Gellionnen at 11 p.m on 24th December, visit of The Mari Lwyd in early January, and the annual folk service in August. We celebrate the life of our companion animals around the time of the birthday of St Francis of Assissi

We have held very successful picnics on the mountain, barbaques, and trips away.

We have held Open Days for the public to learn more about our activities, the history of the chapel, and involved younger visitors in treasure hunts and quizes.

We take the safety of children very seriously, our trained safeguarding officer is Harry Evans-Mason

We have a facebook page which gives details of all upcoming events and photographs after them. Take a look at our photo gallery on this website for a small taster of what we've got up to.

Our grounds are maintained but not so far as to leave them without character. We have received help at Gellionnen from the NEAT team
This Neighbourhood Environment Action Team was the result of a partnership between City and County of Swansea Waste Management section and the Work Development Service of Social Services supporting people to learn new skills while making a difference to local communities in Swansea.

The congregation met the team to thank them for their efforts and enjoyed sitting on the new benches.

In recent times we have held churchyard working groups which have been well supported and great fun-please join us if you'd like to help

The grounds are open to all to come and enjoy the peace, views and fresh air of Gellionnen.