The Churches of Britain and Ireland

 

Pontarddulais, Swansea                       

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Beulah Elim Pentecostal Church on Twynaigo Road. Jim Parker. Link.

Carmel Apostolic Church on Water Street. Jim Parker.

Goppa Welsh Presbyterian Church on Goppa Road. Originally Calvinistic Methodist, the inscription has dates 1773, 1835 and 1890. Another view. Both Jim Parker.

Hermon Chapel (Welsh Calvinistic Methodist, 1884) on St. Teilo Street stands next to Noddfa (see below), and was probably originally part of that building. Jim Parker.

Hope Congregational Chapel (1872) on St. Teilo Street. Another view. Both Jim Parker.

Noddfa Chapel on Dulais Road was built as Hermon Calvinistic Methodist Chapel in 1893. Jim Parker. Link.

Presbyterian Church of Wales on St. Teilo Street. Jim Parker.

St. Bride (R.C.) on Cross Street. Jim Parker.

St. Michael and All Angels on St. Teilo Street. Another view. Both Jim Parker. Another view, Peter Morgan (2011).

St. Teilo, the parish church, on Church Lane. Another view. Both Jim Parker. Another view, Peter Morgan (2011).

Siloh Congregational Chapel on Oakfield Street, built 1910. Another view. Next door to it stands the old Siloh Chapel. All Jim Parker.

Tabernacle Baptist Chapel on Bryn Road. The inscription is a little unclear in the original photo, but it looks as though it was built 1870 and re-built in 1901. Jim Parker.

Trinity Wesleyan Chapel on St. Teilo Road, dating from 1891. Jim Parker.

Wesley English Methodist Church on Water Street. Jim Parker. Another view, Peter Morgan (2011). Link.

Y Babell Baptist Chapel on Bolgoed Road is dated 1928. Jim Parker.

 

 

 

 
 

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