About Us

We’re an Evangelical Reformed Church in Manselton about a mile from the centre of Swansea.

Our History

We began as a fellowship in June 2013 and initially met in an old chapel building in Brynhyfryd. In February 2014 we began to rent our current building from the MS Society for our Sunday services and midweek meetings. The building came up for sale and we were able to purchase it through God’s goodness in 2018. Renovation, repair and decorating has been ongoing and we have just had a pulpit built.

Our Beliefs

What does Evangelical mean?

Evangelical is derived from a word which means gospel or good news. This means that we believe that the word of God reveals the way of salvation through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, the Eternal Son of God. John 5:24.

Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life.


What does Reformed mean?

This means that we accept and proclaim those important teachings regarding God’s gracious way of saving men and women re-affirmed at the time of the Reformation (16th Century).

Pastor & Elders

We are pastored full time by the Rev Neil Pfeiffer. He has served churches in North Wales and Llansamlet. He has been a Pastor for over 20 years. He serves on the board of trustees of the Bible League Trust and the co-ordinator of Biblical Studies at Salisbury Seminary. He is married and has four children and six grandchildren.

Our other Elders are Mr Brian Jones and Mr Howell Green. Brian lives in Swansea with his wife and has served as an Elder in Swansea for many years. Howell comes from Neath and has been an Elder at the church since its inception.


Rev. Neil Pfeiffer



Mr Brian Jones



Mr Howell Green



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