Places of Worship

Swansea and its surrounds have a rich diversity of faith communities including seven world religions: Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh. There are also several places of worship which have an open-door policy for new members.

Swansea Mosque is the largest mosque in Wales, serving almost a 10,000 Muslim congregation in South and West Wales. Located in the heart of Swansea, it contributes to the very warm, welcoming, and friendly atmosphere of the city.

Port Talbot Mosque also has an open-door policy and encourages people to visit regularly.

Other places of worship

Swansea Chinese Christian Church
Swansea St Mary
Mount Pleasant Church
St David’s Priory

Within Swansea Bay University Health Board there is a Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care team.

The team are available to support staff as well as patients and their carers/families. The team provide a confidential listening service and pastoral care that is not necessarily religious.

The service is non-judgemental, confidential and is led by you. The team are there to listen and offer a supportive ear.

Women in a row wearing headscaves, knelt down prating
In the foreground we see an woman holding her hands together praying, in the background other people doing the same

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