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Dear God...
“Hardly anyone can ever find God because God is right at the end of your mind after all the background thoughts are gone.”
Maisie Satchwell-Hust

Hope Siloh Chapel
Developing Digital Resources

Through replacing out-dated technology with new digital and wi-fi resources, we aim to enrich the experiences of children within our Sunday School, and the young people in our Youth Club.

As a congregation, we hope to transform our ability to present the gospel in contemporary ways, both within our church and beyond its doors.

Our hope is to evolve into a ‘hybrid church’, as we continue with our ‘live’ activities whilst also utilising broadcasts of church services and celebrations via social media platforms. We will also explore the potential for collaborative worship with other Welsh language churches, both locally and nationally.

We have taken our first important steps in digital investment, and further significant developments are already in the pipeline.


This mural reflects the work and activities of our church. It was designed by the artist Rhys Padarn, one of our members, and painted by the children, young people and adults of the church, it was commissioned as part of our One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary in 2019.


This photograph is a still taken from a video clip which is from our Mothers’ Day morning service 2022 presented by some young adult members of the congregation. The message of the service emphasised in particular the plight of mothers and their children as refugees from the war in Ukraine, and was recorded and broadcast through Youtube via the chapel’s e-mail and social media platforms to a wider audience. 


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Gem 2 r sigrin y festri (Welsh)
Signrin y festri (Welsh) 

These two photographs show some of our younger Sunday School children enjoying using our new touchscreen. Linked to these photographs is the following brief excerpt from an article that appeared in the national paper of the Union of Welsh Independents, Y Tyst in April 2022 (originally published in Welsh):
Those of us who are teachers in our day-to-day work, are well acquainted with large touch screens in our classrooms - an interactive screen that gives everyone the chance to see and hear everything, and opens the door to all kinds of activities to motivate the pupils, not to mention the ipads and computers on hand to further enrich experiences. Our Sunday School teachers at Hope-Siloh Chapel felt that it was time for us also to move with the times,   especially given that these are the expectations of children and young people these days. The screen is on a trolley that can be moved swiftly from one place to another, where we can show large, colourful presentations and video clips, play games, and encourage interaction   with various computer programmes - exciting experiences bringing Christianity to life.
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