Saturday 1st August – Chapel Anniversary

This evening was the first service in celebrating our 193rd Chapel Anniversary services, this weekend. We had an inspiring message from Reverend Chris Rees of Narberth tonight, based on Joshua 10 verse 14. A reminder that God is always on our side no matter what adversity we face as born again Christians. With God, we can overcome all difficulties and challenges as He is for us and continues to look after us as His children.


Great fellowship with many friends from local churches, including Bethany Clarbeston Road, Calvary, Cosheston, Bethesda Tenby Road and Hill Park. We were blessed through this fellowship together and thoroughly enjoyed worshiping together. Hymns this evening included: ‘King of Kings majesty’, ‘What a wonderful change’, ‘I stand amazed’ and a favourite of many ‘And Can it Be’.


Chapel Anniversary – 1st & 2nd August 2015

This weekend we are celebrating our 193rd Chapel anniversary!
Saturday 7.30 pm – Service led by Rev. Chris Rees, Bethesda Chapel, Narbeth.
Sunday 10.30 am – Service led by Matthew Maxwell-Carr, Hill Park,
Sunday 3.00 pm – Join us at our Singing Festival led by Rev. Ian Middlemist, which will include favourite hymns and a musical item from Philip & John Hancock
A warm welcome is extended to all! Please join us if you are able to.

Penuel Baptist Chapel, Roch's photo.

Sunday 26th July – 10:30 a.m & 4:00p.m


This afternoon we said goodbye for another year to the mission team from French Camp, Mississippi. Ian began the meeting with prayer, followed by Jessica leading the worship, including ‘Cornerstone’, ‘Jesus Paid It All’ and ‘Lord I need You’.

Once again Mr Cox spoke on the subject of suffering.We were reminded of Christ’s suffering for us and the lengths God went to in order to have a relationship with us despite our sins. We read Revelations and thought upon the glorious truth of eternity, where we will be face to face with Jesus.

We are so grateful for the friendships we have with French Camp Academy, Mississippi and look forward to their return next year!

Thursday 23rd July – Summer BBQ


This evening we had a Summer BBQ with the French Camp, Mission team.We had a number of visiting friends join us for food and fellowship. The weather was dry so we were all outside for the entire evening, in the field with plenty of room to play and socialise.

It was a great opportunity to hear about the work of the mission team who have been out evangelising¬†in Haverfordwest, going on a day trip with senior citizens and flyering the village of Roch with information about our BBQ. Unfortunately, we didn’t have any villagers join us but we hope the flyers have raised awareness of our small chapel.

After having scrummy burgers, sausages and desserts, we joined together in worship singing: ‘Cornerstone’, ‘Set a fire’, ‘You never let go’ and ‘The Splendor of the King’. Accompanied by Nathan and Jessica May from the Mission Team.

Dennis Cox, teacher at French Camp Academy, spoke on the purpose of suffering in our lives. It was an awesome message reminding us that no matter what struggles we go through in life, there is always a purpose. God is in control of all situations and is using them to honour and glorify Him.