Llanishen Evangelical Church is an independent evangelical church, which exists to ‘Serve God and Serve Others’. It was formed in 1954, and started a new chapter in 2006 when a group of about 20 joined from Highfields Church, Cathays. We offer happy fellowship, clear Bible teaching, missionary minded prayer, fun children's clubs, commmunity buffets, and much more. Although we are independently governed we are a member of the Evangelical Alliance (www.eauk.org) and have close links with Highfields Church (www.highfieldschurch.org.uk) .
What we believe
1) One God, holy, loving and just, creator of all things, Who is eternally Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
2) The Father – Father of the Lord Jesus Christ and of those who have received new life in Christ.
3) The Son of God, the Lord Jesus Christ, fully God and fully human, born of the virgin Mary, crucified for our sins, raised from the dead, ascended into heaven, Who will come again and judge the world.
4) The Holy Spirit, Who inspired the Scriptures and indwells every child of God.
5) The forgiveness of sins and eternal life through the atoning death of Christ for us, available upon repentance and faith in Him.
6) The church, the body of Christ, which includes every believer.
Some additional detail relating to doctrine of scripture can be found on the website of the Evangelical Alliance www.eauk.org http://www.eauk.org/connect/about-us/basis-of-faith.cf
The leaders are Tony Ward, John Lord, John-Mark Frost, and Clive Morgan. We can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beth Vilares is a friendly face who has lots of contacts around the area. You can reach her at Beth@llec.org.uk
We are very happy happy to arrange visits for any reason.
Twice a month we eat our sandwiches together at 1:00 after the Sunday service.
St Isans Residential home, Newborough Avenue
We pop in and chat to the residents, holding a service, once a month on Fridays 3:15-4:00
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
We meet on Thursday for prayer at 7:30-8:30. Sometimes we have Bible study too.