Who We Are.
We are All Nations Church Adamsdown! We are a community dedicated to following Jesus, comprised of people from many nations, cultures and ethnicities. Our heart as a community is to follow the example of Jesus: to grow in our love for God and for our neighbours, sharing the Good News with them and doing good to all those we meet.
As a church we have been involved in Adamsdown for over 10 years, serving the local community in a variety of ways. It is an area of Cardiff that often gets overlooked due to its small size and proximity to other major areas of the city, its transitory population, and lack of investment. Whilst Cardiff may have forgotten about Adamsdown, God hasn’t! So come and see what we are doing in Adamsdown and how you can get involved.
Thursdays, 7:30PM – 9:00PM
St German’s Church Hall, Star Street
Cardiff, CF23 0jy
What to Expect.
Frequently Asked Questions
We don’t have a dress code. Most of us will be in clothes that we find comfortable and appropriate for gathering with others. You can wear your best dress or your favourite pair of jeans and t-shirt. We just look forward to having you with us.
Yes! There is a car park right next to the church hall that is available for all visitors, including disabled parking.
Our main gatherings are every Thursday night, at 7:30PM. We meet to worship, study the Bible, and fellowship with one another. And there is usually some kind of refreshments!
We open the doors 30minutes before the start time of all our gatherings. So if you are visiting and would like to chat, ask your questions, and get to know us a little, feel free to arrive early. You can also let us know you are coming by using the “Get in touch” form below.
When we gather, during the first hour we will worship and hear a short message from the Bible. This leaves plenty of time afterwards for us to connect, chat and enjoy a hot drink.
There are ramps for access into the building and disabled toilets. If you have any specific needs or concerns, please let us know and we’ll do our best to help.
We are a diverse community, but the majority languages spoken are Spanish and English. So all of our gatherings run in both English and Spanish. There is also Spanish translation available on the occasions when we meet with the whole of All Nations Church at the All Nations Centre on a Sunday morning.
Still got some questions? We’re happy to answer them. Send us a message and we’ll be back in touch.