Who We Are

Minster Christian Centre

Minster is an independent evangelical church conveniently located between Roath Park and Newport Road. We have Sunday services, homegroups, and prayer meetings throughout the week. We aim to support you in your Christian walk through faithfully preaching the bible. At Minster, whoever you are, you will receive a genuinely warm welcome. We’re made up of ordinary people from many different backgrounds who share a common faith in Jesus Christ.

Our People

Each person at Minster has their own faith story, and each one is part of a the larger story of Minster, and the even greater story of the church worldwide. Minster people aren't perfect people, but rather people who have been transformed by the grace of God, who know new life in Jesus Christ, and who want to share that life with others. Minster is led by a team of Elders, with support from Deacons and others in the congregation. 

Our Mission

At Minster, we strive to be a worshipping, discipling, and witnessing community that is rooted in the truth of the Bible. Our church life is organised around that goal as we seek to reach out with good news of  the Lord Jesus Christ to our wider community. Have a look at our Events listings for the latest!

More about Minster

If you want to find out more about us, check out What We Believe to see our core beliefs. You can take a look at our Leaders section to learn more about our Pastor, Elders, and Deacons. Or you're welcome to take a look Church's History, to see how we got to where we are now. Of course, the best way to find out what Minster is like is to come along - so we look forward to welcoming you!


Minster is part of a UK-wide family of churches called the FIEC (Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Chuches).

The FIEC is not a denomination, but is a fellowship of independent churches that hold to certain beliefs and practices (see What We Believe) and work in partnership together. Minster also partners with other churches and organisations that have the same commitment to sharing the good news of the Lord Jesus Christ.