Welcome to the family at Pisgah!

We are a community of Christian believers who have lived in and served our rural locality since 1821.

We are situated in the rural hamlet of Pisgah overlooking Cresswell Quay in the beautiful Pembrokeshire National Park

Please feel free to browse our site, leave a message/request or drop by to any of our events and activities

Weekly Reading and Reflection

Past videos of sermons/reflections


Update 9th July 2021  


We are open for 10.30am morning services only at the  moment - we look forward to restarting other services, midweek events (currently via zoom) and children’s activities when restrictions allow us - hopefully very soon!


With regard to the morning services we have a COVID plan in place to ensure everybody’s safety (Deacons/stewards will offer advice to attendees) and as numbers are currently limited to maintain social distancing we are asking folks to ‘book a seat’ in advance by ringing/messaging our secretary Liz or getting in touch through the contacts page on this site.  We also ask that everybody brings their masks and wears them at all times. 


We continue to publish our weekly prayer and reflection email for all who continue to shield and are happy to add new recipients to the circulation list. Likewise David our pastor is able to visit on request should you require support, prayer or perhaps just a chat - please get in touch via our contacts page :-)


May God bless you and your love ones


With love,

The family at Pisgah


Website last updated 24/09/2021




It is our bicentenary and our historian in residence Mr Rob Scourfield is in the process of collating memorabilia for both an exhibition and booklet to help mark our celebration. 


Our main public events have been postponed until 2022 but we would love to be able to to complete this project if possible. 


We are especially looking for photos, anecdotes and any memorabilia you feel might be relevant and which might be hiding in cupboard’s or lofts. 

We can scan photos if necessary so that you don’t have to be parted from precious keepsakes. 


If you can help then please reply to this post or contact us via the website: www.pisgah.org.uk


Thank you!!!

Lockdown Musical Videos