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The Miners' Chapel
We are the most northerly Methodist Church in Wales, situated on the north coast of Anglesey.
Our history is interesting.
We opened our church in 1832 in response to the need for the influx of English speaking copper miners to have an English language service. The manager of the copper mine was a Cornish Methodist Local Preacher called James Treweek and he was keen to provide worship for his workers. Interestingly, as a child, James Treweek heard John Wesley preach at Gwennap Pit near Redruth in Cornwall.
If you are resident here or are a visiting tourist, you are assured of a warm welcome. On the first Sunday of each month we have a café church service at Clwb Y Gorlan, Amlwch. Look out for the "A board" pointing you to the venue. Our third Sunday service each month is held at Hafan Cefni which is an excellent sheltered accommodation in the centre of Llangefni, our county town. We can be described as a church on the move!
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