The furniture of the Sanctuary and chancel were designed by Mr Caroe and made by Messrs’ Bennett Bros. The font was given by St Peter’s Church, Nantymoel. Mr Trevor Roderick, the stone mason, renovated it by making a new pedestal and restoring the bowl to its original Bath Stone. He did this work in memory of his parents. The various church organisations and many parishioners also gave gifts for the new church, and still continued raising funds to pay off the debt on a long awaited building which had now cost £17500 to build.
Once the church was built the sewing party, previously held in homes, then became the Ladies Guild and met on Wednesday afternoons in the church hall under the leadership of Mrs Doris Griffiths and Mrs Audrey Evans.
On Easter 1965 a group called ‘Young Wives’ was started by Mrs Doris Griffiths and Mrs Pam Jones. Later, at a family christening service, a number of the Young Wives babies were christened at the same time, flowed by a celebration of their family and friends and church members in the church hall.
Easter 1966 saw the Paschal Vigil celebrated for the first time at St David’s Church.
The Church was finally paid for in 1977 with the last payment of £500. There was however still an outstanding £772 debt for the church house
In 1978 there came a repetition of the story of St Agnes’ Church some 54 years previously, when the Church of St David’s – which had taken some 34 years to build – was removed from St Theodores Parish to become a daughter Church of the Abbey Church of St Mary The Virgin. The outstanding £772 was absorbed by St Theodores leaving St David’s at last free of debt. The Rev Maundy Phillips now became vicar of St David’s and Margam Abbey. On November 11th 1979 a Consecration Service was held at the church by the Lord Bishop of Llandaff, The Right Reverend John Pool Hughes.
In 2008 celebrations of the 50 years of worship at St David’s began with a Service of Thanksgiving held on Sunday 12th October to mark the laying of the Foundation Stone. Also at that service the two new stained glass windows were dedicated by Dr Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales and Bishop of Llandaff.