All Nations Church is very easy to find - we have fantastic access from the major roadways of South Wales. Which direction are you coming from? All the information you need is below. If you would like to print these out, click here to download a print ready document. If you would like to see the directions on an interactive map, click here to open Google Maps.
You can expect a vibrant service. During the first part of the meeting we will give our praise and worship to Jesus. Expect to see people lifting their hands, dancing, singing and praying. You will also see and hear the gifts of the Holy Spirit in action. After a short break, when the children are released to their excellent classes, we will be taught from the Word of God. At the end of the meeting everyone is invited to stay for free refreshments.
It would be easier to say who doesn’t! We have young and old, single and married, those with and without children, and people from many nations. The majority of our members are families with children teenagers and students, but there is also a large group of young married couples and singles of all ages in attendance at our services.
We have plenty of car park spaces available. Our dedicated access road from the A48 or Heath Hospital will take you into our purpose built 300 space car park.
Yes. We have disabled parking spaces in the top car park which you can reach by turning into Sachville Avenue off Whitchurch Road. The main auditorium has flexible seating available to accommodate wheelchairs. All entrances and exits have purpose built ramps or drop-kerbs for access whilst inside we have disabled restrooms, and an elevator to the first floor.
The Sunday morning service starts at 10:00am in the main auditorium. Stewards and greeters will be at the main entrance from 9:30am to direct you to where you need to go. We aim to be all finished by 12pm. Everyone is welcome to stay for free refreshments afterwards.
At All Nations, you can come as you are. You will see people in suits and dresses as well as jeans and T-shirts. At our midweek groups and monthly Wednesday night prayer meetings, casual dress is the norm, even for the pastoral staff.
We don't have a midweek service at the All Nations Centre but take the opportunity to meet in smaller groups around the city and outskirts of Cardiff; we call these Life Groups. These are exciting and important times of meeting together as a church family. If you are interested in going along to your nearest Life Group please contact the church office.
Not only do we have policies and procedures in place, but we also complete 'CRB' background checks on everyone who works with babies, children and youth. Our volunteers are trained and love working with children and youth to help them grow in their walk with God.
Yes there is. You can have your baby in the service with you or take advantage of our crèche system, which is clearly marked in the foyer and main corridor of the church. If your baby needs you during the service, one of the workers will come and find you. We operate a strict 'sign-in/sign-out' policy for the reassurance of our guests. Please register your child at their class from 9:45am before the meeting starts.
We have a vibrant children’s work for your children to enjoy - whatever school year they are in. Before and during the worship you are expected to look after your children. They are released after the time of worship where to enjoy interactive, high-energy classes that will teach them the exciting reality of God’s Word, as well as laughter, games and making new friends.
On Sunday teenagers stay in the auditorium for all of the service. We believe that the youth today are capable and mature enough to hear the preached word in our main meetings. Every Friday our youth group has its own services with loud, high-energy praise and worship, complete with videos, games, and opportunities to get involved and learn more about the topics raised in life.