Welcome to the website of Emmanuel Evangelical Church in Newport, we are pleased that you have found us and hope that what you find will be of interest and of help to you.
To learn more about Emmanuel Evangelical Church explore the links below;
- What our purpose and aims are
- What we believe
- Who we are
- What to expect if you visit
- How to find us
- Our history
The church’s spiritual welfare is overseen by our Pastor and his fellow Elders.
In addition to this, there is a team of deacons that support the church in different ways.
We believe that the gospel is a message of hope and that the Church that shares this message is the hope of the world. Therefore we want to see the whole church (all ages), reaching the whole world (all nations) with the whole gospel (in word and deed). The Task and Purpose of the Church This is based on the life of…
At Emmanuel, our Christian beliefs are fundamentally based on what is revealed in the Bible. We believe in a sovereign God who created the physical universe of space and time. We believe all humankind became estranged from God through the sin of Adam and, through continuing individual acts of rebellion, every one of us stands justly condemned before a holy and righteous…
Whether you have just moved to the area or have lived here all your life, we would love to welcome you to our Sunday services. We hope that the information below will help answer some questions you may have about what our services are like. When and where does the church meet? The church meets every Sunday at 10.30am and 6.00pm. It…
How to find us Emmanuel Evangelical Chapel, Rutland Place, Newport, NP20 2EL, Wales, UK The chapel is situated near to the town centre of Newport, just off the Cardiff Road, opposite the Royal Gwent Hospital. If you are travelling by car, the best approach is via Alma Street. By Car with a sat-nav: Enter our postcode NP20 2EL By car without sat-nav:…
The Fellowship now known as Emmanuel Evangelical Church was founded in 1866 following a visit of Charles Haddon Spurgeon to Newport in the previous year when many thousands of people assembled in the Cattle Market to hear him preach. For over eight years the congregation met in a variety of locations, including a sail-loft and rented halls. Then in 1875 a Baptist…