Directory of Organisations & Tenants

 

Organisations

Below you will find a directory of some of the organisations who use our rooms on a regular basis, together with their usual meeting times.

Some are open to everyone, others are for members only. If you would like to attend a meeting and are unsure of their policy, we recommend you get in touch first.

Also, note that these times are subject to change. So again if you are thinking of attending a meeting, we recommend you check the Calendar, or get in touch with the organisation in question.

Finally, if you are a representative of any of these organisations and would like to add to or update your listing, please Get in Touch.

 

 

Amber Workshops

Times vary

Youth craft, guitar and theatre workshops.

 

Bipolar UK

First Tuesday of the month, 7-9pm

 

Cardiff Friends of the Earth

Second Tuesday of the month, 7-8pm

 

Cardiff Toastmasters

First and Third Wednesdays, 6.45-9.15pm

Cardiff Toastmasters are part of Toastmasters International. We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.

Website: toastmasterclub.org/

Email: tmcardiff@gmail.com

 

Cardiff Trades Council

Second Monday of the month, 6.30-8pm

 

DragonOak

Second Saturday of the month, 11am-3pm, from March '24

 

Extinction Rebellion

First Saturday of the month, 2-4pm

 

NA Friday

Weekly, Fridays, 8-9pm

 

NA Sunday

Weekly, Sundays, 8-9pm

 

SA Cardiff

Weekly, Thursdays, 6.45-8.15pm

Sexaholics Anonymous is a support group that offers a program for anyone who wishes to stop compulsive sexual behaviour. This can take many forms and commonly includes addiction to internet pornography, destructive affairs, and paying for sex, but also includes any form of sexual behaviour that is self-harming or destructive. This is not an 'open' meeting and attendance is for members only, but we warmly encourage anyone who is struggling with their sexual thinking or behaviour to have a look at our website and/or contact us by e-mail or telephone. There is a way out!

Website: www.sauk.org
Tel: 0300 111 7777
Email: help@sauk.org

 

Unitarians

Weekly, Sundays, 4-6pm

Cardiff Unitarians/ Undodiaid Caerdydd are a small liberal bilingual congregation in the centre of Cardiff. We are rooted in a radical Christian tradition that sees love and justice as more important than beliefs and doctrines. We believe in having an open mind and finding truth in science, poetry, philosophy as well as the great religions of the world. We affirm the sacred worth and dignity of all people.

Services, every Sunday at 4pm, are conducted by our minister and a variety of preachers and sermons may be on a variety of different topics. But all affirming the Unitarian principles of oneness, love, freedom, and curiosity. The second Sunday of the month the service is in Welsh.

Contact: Minister Stephen Lingwood, s_lingwood@hotmail.com, 02920 220793

Website: www.ukunitarians.org.uk/cardiff/

Facebook: Cardiff Unitarians/Undodiaid Caerdydd

 

Tenants

We also have a number of tenants who use our building. Their details can be found below.

 

Amber Project

Rooms 1, 7, 10

The Amber Project is a Church Army Project which supports young people (aged 14-25) in Cardiff and the surrounding areas who have experience of self-harm.

We offer arrange of services including counselling, one to one support and creative group work. The groups we are currently running include creative arts, theatre and guitar.

Our ‘Belong Group’ is an element of our partnership with Trans-Form Cymru and works with young people (12-16) who are transgender or non-binary. We also have a designated support worker and counsellor who work with this group.

Website: www.amberproject.org.uk

Telephone: 029 20344776

 

Beth Delfino Gestalt Psychotherapy

Room 8

 

Cardiff Unitarians

Room 6

Cardiff Unitarians/ Undodiaid Caerdydd are a small liberal bilingual congregation in the centre of Cardiff. We are rooted in a radical Christian tradition that sees love and justice as more important than beliefs and doctrines. We believe in having an open mind and finding truth in science, poetry, philosophy as well as the great religions of the world. We affirm the sacred worth and dignity of all people.

 

City Marshall Complementary Health

Room 2

 

Heart Fire Church

Room 5

 

Rosie McGuigan Counselling

Room 8

 

Safer Merthyr Tydfil

Room 11