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The Rectory, Forge Rd, Port Talbot, SA13 1US

01639  883630

The Rectorial Benefice of Aberavon

A registered charity 1130785

© The Rectorial Benefice of Aberavon 2013

Being the Body of Christ

The Church in Wales  

Diocese of Llandaff   

The Rectorial Benefice of Aberavon

St Mary’s   St Agnes’   Holy Trinity

Welcome to St Mary’s, St Agnes’ & Holy Trinity

Together we form the Rectorial Benefice of Aberavon, serving the people of Aberavon, Port Talbot & Sandfields.

Baptism is the

beginning of our journey

of  life with God.

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Marriage is also

about a new beginning in

 the relationship between

 a man and a woman.

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Open Churches

St Agnes’ & St Mary’s are open during the hours of daylight, and you are welcome to pop in and sit in the silence, say a prayer, light a candle and leave notes asking for prayers for yourself, loved ones, or situations of concern.

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Prayer and worship are at the heart of everything we do, and we welcome people in the name of the God who loves us, so that we can encourage one another to deepen our faith in Jesus Christ, in order that he might lead us to better serve God and the communities in which we live.

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Supporting others

We actively support a range of charitable and missionary work, including our local Food Bank.

Keep Fit Class

A keep fit group for the more mature person meets weekly at

St Agnes’ on Mondays


Is a children’s club that meets on Thursdays in term time at St Agnes’ from 6pm to 7pm.

Parents & Toddlers

We have a twice weekly parent and toddler group meeting at the Parish Centre on Mondays and Thursdays.


We have a Mothers’ Union, Men’s Fellowship, Wednesday afternoon Group and a fellowship group called Circle.

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Missions & Charities Streetwise

Walsingham Cell

We meet on the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm in St Agnes’.

Sunday Readings

See what the readings are for each Sunday.

Nosh and Natter

Is a new initiative of the Mothers Union to attract younger people.

Parish Magazine

is published on the first Sunday

of every month.

Venues & Concerts

The Parish Secretary is the person to contact in respect of room hire and concerts in church.

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Meeting next on 8th October at 7pm in Holy Trinity Church the group aims to provide fellowship and fun in a caring Christian atmosphere.


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Who are we?

As Anglicans, we are part of the Church in Wales.

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What’s on?

Our diary page will keep

you up to date with parish events.

What do we believe?

Discover what we believe about Jesus, about communities and about life.

Baptism & weddings

are arranged by the Parish Secretary, and you can

contact her by phone or email.

Contact Us

Who do we contact?

.If you need to telephone any of the clergy in an emergency please do so at any time of the day or night. If your call is about something routine that is not urgent, please try not to phone after 8pm

The staff provide the Anglican Chaplaincy for the Neath Port Talbot Hospital.

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Neath Port Talbot Hospital  

To contact an Anglican Chaplain telephone 07917 526761 any time, day or night

These life events are

important to you, and

they are important to us.

 Let us help you on the

different stages of life’s

journey, and rediscover

together God’s love for every one us.

What's on

Sunday Mass times         


St Agnes’


St Mary’s


Holy Trinity

Weekday masses


St Agnes’

6.30pm (10am Bank Holidays)


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For Holy Days please see the What’s on tab

The St Paul’s Centre

Work has started, albeit slowly, on putting into place the foundations.

New Team Vicar of Aberavon

Fr Ben Rabjohns, pictured left with his wife Rebecca, will be staying amongst us as the Team Vicar of Aberavon.

Fr Ben will have responsibility for Holy Trinity Church and the Sandfields estate within the Rectorial Benfice.

Fr Ben, was born and raised in Cardiff, studied music at Exeter University and before training for the priesthood at St Michael’s College, Llandaff, was a care worker.

His passion for music includes a liking for Gilbert and Sullivan, and he supports Aberavon Rugby Football Club.

In August 2013 he married Rebecca, who is also delighted to be staying. They have settled and made Port Talbot their home, and we wish them every happiness as they continue to live in Aberavon.