Welcome to Morlan –
a centre for faith and culture
Morlan is a centre that aims to promote community life – culturally and spiritually, locally and further afield. It was established in April 2005 to create a bridge between the church and the local community and has developed into an important centre in the area.
But Morlan is so much more than just a building ...
... it's a meeting-place – to create and discuss, to perform, to learn, to promote and encourage, to understand one another, to share and contribute – a common ground between the church and all who live in our multicultural society.
Morlan’s various rooms – which includes a large hall – can be hired for all sorts of events and activities, and it has the facilities for musical and theatrical performances.
It’s a busy place! Prayer meetings, Welsh classes, dance classes and lip reading classes take place here on a weekly basis, and several local groups use Morlan as a ‘home’ for their regular meetings.
In addition, Morlan has its own programme of activities and events that it organises and hosts throughout the year – art exhibitions, plays, concerts, literary evenings, social events and debates together with annual events such as a Book Festival, Walking Tour, Plygain and Annual Lecture. For young people we have a youth club – Clwb Clex – that meets every week during term time from September to the end of May.
The events touch upon a wide range of topics – social, political, religious and cultural, and some mark particular days such as Holocaust Memorial Day and One World Week.