We Are A Safe Newport Baptist Church

Picture of Newport Baptist Church Worship Center
  In our worship, we aim to bring honour and adoration to God. Our intent is to bring deeply personal and meaningful prayer, meditation, singing, and ourselves. We worship individually and collectively according to our spiritual traditions. We aim to provide a sense of connection and purpose and allow expressions of gratitude, seek guidance and ask for forgiveness in a safe church.

A Safe Church

At Newport Baptist Church, the safety and well-being of every individual are of paramount importance to us. We hold a special concern for the welfare of young people and those who may be vulnerable within our community. If at any point during your time at our Church or within our worship services, you encounter situations that make you feel uncomfortable or unsafe, we encourage you to reach out for assistance. Our commitment to safety is unwavering. We invite you to speak with any of our dedicated Leaders. Or the designated safe church person. Find more information on our prominently displayed notice board. Within the sacred space of worship, our primary objective is to honour and adore God. We approach this task with sincerity. Engaging in prayer, meditation, and singing that resonate with the core of our spiritual selves. Our worship experience is both an individual and collective endeavour. Embracing the rich tapestry of spiritual traditions that enrich our congregation. Through our worship, we cultivate a profound sense of connection and purpose. We create a sanctuary where expressions of gratitude flow freely, seeking moments of profound guidance, and humbly asking for forgiveness are encouraged. Whether you’re drawn to worship as part of a congregation or are considering participation in one of our various groups, we extend a warm invitation for you to join us. We believe that by sharing in our worship and community, you’ll discover a space where your spiritual journey can flourish and where you can forge meaningful connections with others who share similar values. Come and join us or try one or more of our groups.
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