What do we do?
We are involved in activities to build the faith of the church and witness to God's glory in our community.
These include participation in the local life chain, sanctity of life Sunday observance, music jams with
the New Port community, National Day of Prayer, and outreach to the local area and the world.
New Port Sunday School provides classes for each age group, using excellent material to teach God's
word. Special opportunities include Vacation Bible School each summer.
The overall goal of the Women's Ministry of New Port is to "Encourage women to grow in the grace and
knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ that they may glorify God and enjoy serving Him" (2 Peter 3:18,
Shorter Catechism Q. #1). This is a goal of both study and action to allow women to "bring a deeper
sense of community and compassion to our church".
Various ministries have included prayer sisters, book/media library, meals ministry, church nursery, card
ministry, phone tree/prayer chain, special fellowship events, outreach to the local Pregnancy Assistance
Center and nursing homes.
The Women's Bible Study meets the third Wednesday of every month. Currently we are studying the
book "Hungry: Learning to Feed Your Soul with Christ". Anyone is welcome at any time.
The men hold a prayer breakfast every month on a Saturday morning. It's a good time of fellowship
and we always have plenty of food. Following the meal we spend time as a group in prayer. The
minister or one of the other men gives a devotion from the bible.
Sunday School - Sunday school consists of music and a Bible study or book study. Our chief purpose
is making the bible more accessible and central for the Christian life.
Service events help model and teach service to Christ. Service activities have included things like
cleaning at the Pregnancy Assistance Center and helping upkeep around the church facilities, and
cutting firewood for folks in the congregation.
New Port supports the advancement of the gospel in our community and around the world.
Some people from our church participate in Franklin County Young Life / WyldLife ministry to high
school and middle school youth.
We helped plant a church called Redeeming Grace Fellowship. The church is located in
Owensville, Missouri and is presently pastored by Tim Herrera.
We also support missionaries in various places from college campuses to foreign countries like
|2745 New Port Road - Washington, Missouri 63090 - phone: 636-239-3371
Sunday School 9:00am
Fellowship 10:00 am
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Cell Groups 6:30 pm