Urban Crofters are delighted that Little Notes Cardiff is based at our building. Little Notes sessions are led by professional cellist Jude Souter who has a passion for introducing young children to the wonder of live music and storytelling. Sessions take place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays in term time and can be booked on the Little Notes website
Led by Janette and Andy Goringe, Firestarters are a dynamic group of young people who are excited about living passionately for Jesus and sharing their faith in Jesus with their generation. They meet every six weeks for a day of worship, training, prayer and outreach.
Manumit offers dignity and hope to survivors of modern slavery through training & employment. At their Cardiff-based Roastery, they produce excellent coffee that combats modern slavery on 3 levels: speciality coffee beans from ethical, slavery-free suppliers; training and employing survivors of modern slavery as coffee roasters; investing all profits in local and international anti-slavery projects. Together they are providing freedom through coffee.
Fusion are a movement, helping students find a local church to call home, and church leaders to stay connected to an ever-changing student culture. They believe that working with students is a great way to bring life to churches and build the Kingdom of God.
Since Urban Crofters are keen to involve asylum seekers and refugees in our community activities, we are committed to developing partnerships with both the Oasis Centre in Splott and Trinity Centre in Adamsdown, where friendship, support and language training are offered to asylum seekers and refugees.
Sound of Wales is a collective of Christian musicians and writers who develop community choirs, facilitate creative conferences and develop new songs and poetry that express a worshipful response to Jesus.
The Bible Society promotes initiatives which promote biblical literacy in the 21st Century, including the Open Book Project in local schools and the Bible Course.