Our Sunday morning service is currently being held in the hall and starts at 10:30. It lasts around an hour. Due to social distancing guidelines spaces are limited. If you would like to join us on a Sunday morning please let us know by emailing: We look forward to being able to return to serving teas and coffees and socialising just as soon as government guidelines allow. We miss this time but are so excited and thankful that we are now able to meet and worship our Lord together.


Our morning services tend to be less traditional in the main and we encourage people to check what we’re saying against the Bible.  Services usually start with someone reading something from the Bible and then praying before we start a time of worship for 20 minutes or so.  Then someone will give a talk from the Bible for 30 minutes, then we’ll pray again and go back to a time of worship. This is of course flexible - we're always open to the leading of the Holy Spirit. A collection is taken during the service, but this is mainly for the people who have made Mount Pleasant their home.  There’s no pressure to give although it is always welcomed.  We also encourage prayer for healing, or anything else that people would like prayed about; all done confidentially and without pressure.


We also have a children's’s club that runs while the service is on. This is currently run next door in the Oasis room. If you do have children then there’s a fun packed morning awaiting them with our team who run Whizz Kids.  The children do join the main service from time to time; usually for Easter, Christmas, Harvest and some of the other important dates in the Christian calendar.


We’ve been here for over 125 years although everything has been fully renovated!  Our main aim hasn’t changed though: it is still to help people get to know Jesus better as we seek to serve the community here in Cadoxton.  When you come to visit you’ll meet a mix of people from the surrounding area; we encourage any and all ages to come along from whatever background you happen to have.  If you want to find out more about what we believe the link above should make that clear, but if you have any questions please make contact and we’ll do our best to answer.

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