Blaina Evangelical Church

Hi. Welcome to our website. In these strange and changing times, it’s good to know that we can always rely on the God who us unchanging, who’s promises never fail, who’s Word will always remain the same and is to us an ever present help in our time of need

Jesus said “Come to me all you who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest” (NIV). You can still claim this precious promise today. All you have to do is ask.

Do you know where these stones are? Once they were prominently displayed for all to see. Now they languish virtually out of sight. Once they displayed verses describing the locality for people to read, including one about the river by which they now sit. The words are fading away, being eroded by the weather and will soon be lost forever. But does anyone care? Does anyone even know about the words from long ago, what they say and the treasure they hold? Or are they really the forgotten writings of Blaina?
Sadly to many people the Bible has become a thing of the past, forgotten about if they ever knew about it in the first place. Does it matter anyway? Well, the Bible is as relevant today as it’s always been, despite many people calling it old fashioned and out of date with today’s society. If only they would read it and ask God to show them how His Word applies to them. Sadly like the stones in our photograph it lies abandoned and of no use. But to those who will read it and with God’s help apply to their lives, it is the means He uses to bring them into a living and loving eternal relationship with Himself. He uses it to teach. them about God, how to live with Him and for Him, and for each other. So do you see the Bible as something that can be forgotten and of no consequence like those stones? Or will you ask God to make it real and relevant to you?

With love from Blaina Evangelical Church 
As we come out of lockdown and things start to return to some sort of normality, the church is here to share with you the God who can give you love, hope, joy and peace both now and forever.

Stay safe and look after the NHS and each other