We are here to enrich the Pembroke community through community events, history and worship.
The Tabernacle is at the heart of the community, we offer weekly services where all are welcome. On weekdays young children can be heard playing in the on-site nursery.
Our incredible Victorian church has recently undergone significant restoration work. We are now working on transforming our gardens into a public space that will celebrate Pembroke’s diverse history and give an insight into what it was like to live in Pembroke from Medieval times to the present day.
Inside the Chapel can be found The Pembroke Story Exhibition which invites you to explore the lives of the people living through Pembroke's more recent industrial past.
We organise regular community events and the Church is also available for hire for private occasions.
News & Articles
Who did Revd. John Bowen Marry in the 50's?
Revd John Bowen, mentioned in the History of the Church, is brought to life by a photo shared by his daughter Havina.
The March Pembroke Story at Tabernacle
At the March Pembroke Story afternoon we took a journey through time when we were entertained with a talk on the revival of Welsh Folk Dance
Christians for Pembroke
Bringing together Christians in Pembroke from all Denominations, to pray for our Community
Open Day, and Open Doors Celebration Service - A Big Thank you!
Wow! Both Events were a great success.
The Art and the Craft Groups re-start in the new building
The Art Group will now be held every Wednesday from 1pm to 3ish whilst the Craft Group meet on Fridays at 2pm
Experimental Afternoon Teas at Foundry House
First steps towards a surplus food cafe ?
Find us on Main Street, Pembroke.
We are located on Main Street in the Historic town of Pembroke. Please drop by if you are visiting this magnificent town, everybody is welcome.
We work in close partnership with other organisations to promote a sustainable future for Pembroke and to preserve our heritage for future generations.
Our Partnership Projects Include:
We are working with:
We are the United Reformed Church in Wales, comprising nearly 100 local congregations spread north, south, east and west across the principality. All these churches belong to the National Synod of Wales which carries out its work through a variety of councils and boards.