Records of Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Danygraig, Swansea

Scope and Content

D/D Bap 67/1-5. Minutes of church meetings, 1881-1961

D/D Bap 67/6-7. Deacons' minutes, 1933-1980

D/D Bap 67/8. Sunday School minutes, 1956-1962

D/D Bap 67/9. Other records

D/D Bap 67/10-11. Minute books (continuation), 1962-1986

D/D Bap 67/12-14. Financial records, 1978-1999

D/D Bap 67/15-16. Other records (continuation), 1933-2000

Administrative / Biographical History

Mount Calvary Baptist Church was an English Baptist Church situated on Ysgol Street, Danygraig, Swansea. The congregation was formed in 1881, originally meeting in a house locally. The church was built on land leased from the Briton Ferry estate in 1884 [see D/D BF 1788] and named Mount Calvary. It was affiliated to the Baptist Union of Great Britain. It was subsequently extended in 1905. After falling membership numbers and damage to the building, the chapel was closed and converted into flats in c. 2000.


Arranged into minutes of church meetings, deacons' meetings and Sunday School meetings.

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Compiled by Andrew Dulley, West Glamorgan Archive Service.

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