Our Sunday morning worship services and Junior Church (11am -
These services are family friendly and should appeal to most people whether they have found faith or are just searching.
The opening 15 minutes of the morning service has children especially in mind., the children then leave the main service for a “Junior” Church where they can enjoy learning about God.
The main service continues with a Bible reading, a time of prayer, and a message by the minister.
A communion is held once a month.
Our Sunday evening worship services (6pm -
Music is a blend of traditional and modern hymns and the service will often have a solo performance from a local singer / songwriter which may be reflective or more “lively”.
The chapel is wheelchair and pushchair friendly and has baby changing facilities. Siloam has also installed an excellent sound and 'loop' system.
We periodically join other churches to worship during the evening. This means that occasionally the evening service is held at another, local, church ( please check the News page for dates and venues ).
We want to make it as easy as possible for young families to come to Siloam. The Junior Church takes place the same time as the morning service and is open for all ages. The aim of the Junior Church is to provide the children with an opportunity to learn about God's love in a fun way. We have baby changing facilities for those who want to bring the tiny ones along.
Bible Study + Prayer
We know that God wants us to grow in our relationship with him. We therefore try to provide every opportunity for people to learn as much as possible about God. We have a Bible Study every Tuesday evening (usually at 7.15pm), and Wednesday morning (usually 10:30am). The Bible Study lasts about an hour with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion. We also have a time of prayer at the beginning or at the end of our Bible studies.
There are also many other meetings and seasonal activities throughout the year. These include a “Kid’s” Club, Youth group, Ladies Meetings, Coffee Mornings, a Bereavement group (Stepping Forward) and the odd “supper”.
Forget Me Not Dementia Day Club and a Slimming Club also use the hall regularly.
Courses such as Alpha, Christianity Explored and Discipleship Explored are accessible either directly or through links with other churches.
Charity of the Year
Each year a local charity is chosen to be supported by the church. This is currently Swansea Hope Night Shelter.
Siloam supports Release International, a charity helping persecuted Christians across the world.
General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
All personal data will be processed in accordance with our Church "Data Protection Policy" and "Privacy Notice".
These are available to view on the Church notice board in the vestibule and on this website by following this link -
Consent can be withdrawn at any time by contacting Silioam Baptist Church's GDPR Officer, Mr Keith Davies, 75 Wimmerfield Avenue, Killay, Swansea SA2 7DA; Telephone: 01792 281541; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org