As we move further into this new era in all our lives, we need to get used to a new normal, but that doesn’t change who we are. As the apostle Paul says in 1 Cor 12:27: ‘We are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it’.
We may be apart for now, but we can stay connected.
Our mission is to be seen, heard and felt in our community. We serve by loving people from all walks of life, practically, spiritually and authentically.
Newport is currently home to about 450 asylum seekers and a larger number of refugees. Refugees and Asylum Seekers are welcome as a valued part of our Church family. Support is available to all faiths (and none) during the week at The Sanctuary, run by our partner charity The Gap Wales.
It is our heart and intention that we create space and opportunities for you to come and be who you are as you discover more of God while we as women of Bethel grow together in friendship and faith. We meet to look at the Word of God, to share and encourage each other in our journey and discover more of God’s heart.
Little Oaks is more than just a parent-toddler group. Our aim is to welcome you, support you (and sometimes even pamper you!) providing parents with some time to breathe, enjoy an adult conversation and a coffee. We have regular help from our local masseuse, petting zoo and more to ensure both kids and adults have a great time!
We believe in God and we believe in people. Together we can make a real and lasting difference in our community.