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St Paul Methodist Centre • Aberystwyth
Canolfan Fethodistaidd St Paul • Aberystwyth

About Us

St. Paul Methodist Centre, commonly referred to as St. Pauls, is home to both the English and Welsh speaking Methodist churches in Aberystwyth. The Centre is a modern building with disabled access, located in the town centre, a few minutes walk from the seafront. If you would like to find us, please visit view a map and instructions.

What we're about

The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the Gospel of God's love in Christ and live out its discipleship in worship and mission. Inspired by Our Calling, we aim:

  • to increase awareness of God's presence and to celebrate God's love;
  • to help people grow and learn as Christians through mutual support and care;
  • to be a good neighbour to people in need and to challenge injustice;
  • to make more followers of Jesus Christ.

Worship & Fellowship

The centre is home to a number of different services each week, in both English and Welsh. For details of the types of services, please visit our worship pages. There are also a number of different bible study, fellowship and youth groups.

Ceredigion Circuit

St. Pauls is part of the Cereidigion Methodist Circuit, the only bilingual circuit in the UK Methodist Church. For further details of the circuit, and its member churches and place in the South Wales district, visit the Ceredigion Circuit pages.

Building Hire

The Centre is a two storey building, with several different rooms, a lift, fully equipped kitchen. There is also an induction system for the hard of hearing. The building is often used by groups outside of the church. Please see our contact page for details of the booking secretary.

Contact Details

We can be contacted via post, email or phone. For full details, please see our contact page.

Brief History

St Pauls is located on the site of the Queen's Road Methodist church, which was home to the English speaking Methodist congregation prior to 1990. In the late 1980's, as a result of the crumbling structure of the Queen's Road building, it was decided to demolish the church building and to construct a new one on the same site. The Welsh and English speaking congregations in town decided to join together to create a centre that would provide a new home for both congregations.