Newport Christian is dedicated to seeking the Lord and serving one another. We are a church that has a huge heart for missions, is friendly to everyone, and has a strong "come as you are" mentality! Click on Message to listen.
809 SE 2nd St, Newport, Oregon 541.265.2531
Easter Sunday: 9:15 am and 10:45 am
Our worship gathering is fairly informal, with music that leans more towards contemporary than traditional; but on any given week we might have reinterpretations of traditional songs and hymns. We celebrate the Lord's Supper (communion) every week - no exceptions - and all believers are welcomed to partake.
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I did not believe in God and did not know that my life was shipwrecked. As a result I had two divorces, four alienated children, no real friends, no values, and no morals. And nobody to tell me, if I would have listened, that there was a cause and effect. But God is faithful, and in a moment of time, when I happened to hear a phrase from Scripture, the Holy Spirit convicted me and gave me the gift of faith simultaneously. The phrase was “purify my heart: and I realized instantly that God had shown me the truth, the selfish nature of my heart. My doubts about God’s existence were replaced by the growing knowledge that he had been pursuing me through a series of events that placed me in his hallowed ground. That was over 20 years ago and he continues to be faithful, as He took charge in my surrendered life and shapes me for His purpose. Space doesn’t allow the multitude of details on this journey, but the rescue from shipwreck is undeniable, and if a scoundrel such as I can be redeemed and set on the Rock, whosoever will turn to Jesus can be as well!
For most of my life, I always felt a hole in my heart, always expecting everything and everyone to fill me up and make me whole. When good friends led my husband to Jesus, I went along with him to church, but was scared and skeptical. I kept going with him, listened, learned and was eventually baptized. A few weeks later I noticed that the emptiness was gone; I finally felt whole , filled with the Holy Spirit that Jesus promised us.