Who we are
Hebron Hall opened in 1983 and is owned and administered by a self-funding, independent, non-denominational Christian charity.
Originally named Bryn-y-Don, the building was constructed in the 1890s as a residential school for truant boys. Under Local Authority control, it ran for many years as an approved school until it closed in 1980.
After three years sitting empty, the building was bought by a group of local Christians and converted into a Conference Centre and Residential Care Home. Since then, the Lord has continued to bless the work and the centre has been continually remodelled and refurbished.
Also on site:
- Bethel House - our care home for up to 39 residents
- King's Court - 15 bungalows and apartments for Independent Living
- Leisure centre with swimming pool, sports hall and tennis courts
- Offices, for our own administration team, but also serving Message Wales, Cardiff Street Pastors and Scripture Union Cymru
- 8 tenanted houses and flats
Hebron Hall is a member of the Evangelical Alliance. We subscribe to the Evangelical Alliance basis of faith and anticipate that Christian groups using the centre are able to do the same.
Hebron Hall welcomes non-Christian groups who are sympathetic to the aims and ethos of the Hall.