A church is to host a Doctor Who-themed communion service aimed at young people.
The church was used for filming an episode with a giant reaper creature
St Paul's Church in Grangetown, Cardiff, was once used as a filming location for the BBC Wales-produced series.
The "cafe-style" service for people in their teens and early 20s, will feature music and clips from the hit show.
One of the organisers Fr Dean Atkins, said as a saver of the world, Doctor Who was "almost a Messiah figure".
Two years ago, the Anglican church was used as a location for the Father's Day episode of the first series, in which a giant reaper creature attacked wedding guests at the church.
Fr Atkins, youth officer with the Diocese of Llandaff, said: "In the series there are lots of references to salvation and the doctor being almost immortal.
"We are using the figure of Doctor Who as a parable of Christ."
The language used in the series also lends itself to exploring the Christian faith, he said.
He added: "Christ is a kind of cosmic figure as well if you like, somebody who does not travel through time but all eternity is found in him.
"He is a kind of encapsulation of the beginning and the end, in fact he existed before time began and he will exist when time ends."
Parish priest Fr Ben Andrews said: "I love the series and it has such a great following that we couldn't resist doing something for young people on a Doctor Who theme.
"Lots of people think that young people are the future of the church.
"This kind of event will show they are part of the church of the present and have an important part to play in its future.
"We are building on the past but always looking forward."
The service takes place on 23 September at 1830 BST.