Welcome to Bethesda Chapel

Update: 10th July 2024

Each Sunday:
Sunday School: 10:30am during term time
Mens Prayer Meeting 10:20am - Study room.
Morning Worship 10:45am
Evening Service 5:30pm

Tuesdays : Listening Post - 1:30pm onwards.
Tuesdays : Fellowship refreshments - 6:00pm to 6:45pm.
Tuesdays : Prayer meeting - 7:00pm.
Saturday 20th March Mens Breakfast 9:30am at
Narberth Social Club/Buff club town moor car park/

Creche available with live feed in Study room.

The morning and evening services will be live streamed, if you cannot make it to the church for any reason.

Any problems with links on the website or problems with the videos or audio, then please drop us a message with details, typos do drop in from time to time and it has been known to forget to upload a file to the server.

Recordings of the sermons are available on the website and on CD if you request them, we will gladly post out to you if you know someone that does not have access to a computer.

Sunday live feed:
10:45am & 5:30pm.

The Latest Videos

Reading Recommendations

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The Godly Man's Picture by Thomas Watson
Published by CreateSpace Independant Publishing Platform.

The Godly Man's Picture is a classic devotional written by Thomas Watson. The book is excellent for Christians looking to improve their spiritual lives. Thomas Watson was a prominent Nonconformist Puritan and religious author. Watson was born and raised in England and was a popular preacher until the Restoration. He is now best remembered for his many popular Christian books such as A Body of Divinity, The Godly Man's Picture, and The Doctrine of Repentance.
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The Holy Spirit by John Owen.
Published by Puritan Paperbacks.

Owen on the Holy Spirit, as this work has been known to generations of Christians, was written by the greatest theologian of the Puritan era. It is, without question, one of the truly great Christian books.

Key Verse: Psalm 57 Verse 1 (NKJV)

'Be merciful to me, O God, be merciful to me! For my soul trusts in You; And in the shadow of Your wings I will make my refuge, Until these calamitites have passed by.'

Street parking in Narberth High Street is restricted to 30 minutes or 1 hour, but for a reasonable charge there is a town car park located at the north end of the High Street, immediately turning left off Moorfield Road, next to the old school building.

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