English Baptist Church, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire. Exterior open at all times, for services see description. Free entry.
The church does not have its own car park; however, on-street parking may be available on Sundays, including separate disability spaces. The nearest public car parks are Friars Park (SA31 3BN) or John Street (SA31 1QT), both of which are pay and display, even on Sundays. Alternatively, there is a multi-storey car park (St Catherine's Walk) near Debenhams. All of these car parks have specified disability spaces.
There is a dropped-kerb from the road and a small step through the gates. The entrance to the church itself has eight steps up to the doorway, however, there is another entrance to the lower undercroft of the church which avoids the steps and leads to a lift to allow access to the church. Inside the church is level with wide aisles. There are toilet facilities located on the lower level at the café.
The English Baptist Church in Carmarthen is a grade II* listed building. It was listed in May 1981 because it is seen as one of the most architecturally-ambitious classical chapels in Wales. The church was built in 1869-70 on the site of the Black Horse inn and was the first major work of George Morgan, a leading 19th century architect from Carmarthen, who was also a deacon of the chapel.
Lammas Street, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA31 3AD
Ministerial Assistant: Mr Martin Dalling, Tel: 07968 848 929
Contact form on website: http://www.englishbaptistchurch.org.uk/contactus.htm
Exterior can be seen daily.
Sunday worship at 11am.
Communion is usually held on the first Sunday in the month.
All services followed by light refreshments in the Lammas Street Centre.
Lammas Street Centre & Cellar Cafe
Open to the public on Wednesdays 10am to 2pm.
Ecumenical Study Groups
Seasonal Sessions during Advent & Lent on Thursday evenings a 7.30 p.m. - see latest news for up to date information
The church is located on Lammas Street in the centre of Carmarthen. From the A40 roundabout by B&Q take the turning for the A4242, signposted towards ‘Town Centre’. At the next roundabout take the second exit – signposted towards the train station and police station – and at the next roundabout take the first exit onto Blue Street. Keep on this road, it will change name into Dark Gate and then into Lammas Street. The church is situated on this road on the right, the entrance being between two shops. NB. Care should be taken as Lammas Street is a one-way street.
For more travel information go to https://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33.
The church itself opens a café on Wednesdays and after Sunday services; at other times, Lammas Street has shops, take-aways, pubs and cafés where you can buy food and drink.