Castleton Baptist Church

St. Mellons Road, Marshfield, Cardiff, CF3 2TX

Castleton Baptist Church

We are a small, semi-rural Baptist church situated in the village of Marshfield.
We have a big heart and a warm welcome awaits you at any of our services or meetings.
What To Expect
Sunday Service
All are very welcome to join with us at our two Sunday worship services. The Sunday morning service is at 10.30am with Sunday School and Junior Church for youngsters. Communion is served on the second Sunday of each month. Sunday evenings take place at 6pm with Communion served on the third Sunday of each month. If you are thinking of joining us at one of our services then we would love to see you! There is limited parking outside the church, however, the landlords of the Mason’s Arms which is situated a short walk from the church, allow us to use their car park. Sunday School and Junior Church: Children and young people are very welcome to our Sunday morning services and they are very important to us. We have Sunday School for those aged 3-8 and Junior Church for 8-16 year olds and an older group for ages 16-18 also meet. Youngsters attend the first part of the service and then leave for their groups. Our aim is to teach the Bible and Christian values in a fun way that enthuses the children and encourages them to find out more. Our groups are small and in junior church the young people will have their own discussions where they seek to explore the meaning and relevance of Biblical stories and events to their lives. In addition to the Sunday morning groups, our two high points of the year are the Christmas Nativity and our Summer Prizegiving – on both these occassions the young people are in charge of the service and everyone is given an opportunity to take part. Nursing home service: Once a month we take our service ‘on the road’ and hold a special service at the local nursing home. This is on the third Sunday of the month in the afternoon (2.30pm) and is a short time of fellowship with the residents.
House Group
We have several housegroups that meet in different homes. We meet to study a range of topics and there is a time to suit all - Wednesday afternoons, Wednesday and Thursday evenings and a Monday afternoon session that meets monthly. Housegroups meet fortnightly and are a time for great fellowship, lively discussion, debate and prayer.
Coffee Club
All are very welcome to join us for coffee on Monday mornings. Coffee Club is a ‘pop-in’ time of fellowship for all ages with coffee, tea and light refreshments.
Chat And Craft
Chat and Craft is a time of fellowship and craft. This includes knitting, crochet, card making and other crafts. Items made are sold at the annual village fete with money raised given to charity.
Prayer
Prayer is a very big part of our church life and there are various meetings throughout the week. On a Tuesday the church is open between 7.30am and 8am for the early birds. We meet at one of our deacons on a Wednesday morning at 10.30am while Thursday evening fortnightly we meet at the church for an evening prayer meeting. We also meet on the second Saturday of each month for a prayer breakfast at different members homes.
Men's Fellowship
The men meet monthly on a Saturday morning and enjoy a delicious cooked breakfast and hear from a guest speaker. A warm welcome awaits men of all ages.
Ladies' Fellowship
The ladies meet to hear from different speakers and enjoy different activities together. All are welcome.
More
Mingles is an informal group for ladies that is designed to establish and develop friendships. It is a good place to meet people who may be new to the area or to our church. The evening is very relaxed with a lot of chat and good food. It meets about every six weeks in various homes and a warm welcome is guaranteed. Home Mission is a charity who raise money for smaller churches who cannot afford to support a Minister. All members of our fellowship are encouraged to have a home mission box for individaul giving. Money is collected twice yearly and passed onto the charity.
Messy Church
Messy Church! We will be introducing this in the new year and will take place on the last Sunday of every month from 4pm – 6pm. There will be art and craft, games, stories and food for youngsters aged (to insert).

Services Every Sunday


Come and join with us as we walk through the book of Romans as we explore the theme of “Becoming Fully Human”

This Week
This Month
Coming Up
Coffee Club

Join us for coffee and chat on Monday evening.

Ladies Fellowship

The ladies meet on on Tuesdays, everyone is welcome.

Prayer Breakfast

A time to come together for prayer and food to start the day.

Luncheon Club

Luncheon club is held on the second Tuesday of the month. This month's luncheon club is on the 12th of February.

Half Term

We hope you'll join us during Half Term for Chat & Craft, as well as our normal Evening Prayer and Morning Prayer Meeting events.

Nursing Home Service

All are invited to join us as we head to the local Nursing Home to enjoin with the residents there in a worship service. Please come along.

Women's World Day of Prayer

"The World Day of Prayer is an international ecumenical Christian laywomen's initiative. It is run under the motto “Informed Prayer and Prayerful Action,” and is celebrated annually in over 170 countries on the first Friday in March"

Fellowship Meal at "The Mason's Arms"

A delicious meal and much conversation to be had as we head to the "The Mason's Arms" for our Fellowship Meal.

Easter Sunday

As Easter approaches, we begin to think about how much it means to us.