Morlan Centre was established by Capel y Morfa in 2005 with the aim of promoting community life – spiritually and culturally, locally and beyond. It aims to be a bridge between the church and the local community and has developed into an important resource for the area.
But Morlan is so much more than a building …
… it’s a meeting-place – to create and discuss, to listen and 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 – a large hall, two committee rooms and a coffee bar – can be hired for all sorts of events and activities.
Morlan itself also organises a series of events throughout the year and it is these events that are mainly responsible for realising Morlan’s vision.
It’s a busy place with all sorts of activities taking place here including lectures and discussions, prayer meetings, keep fit classes, Welsh classes, art exhibitions, plays, concerts and social events.
It is, in administration and ethos, a Welsh-medium centre but it serves a bilingual community (Welsh and English); it is also a committed Fair Trade centre.