What we believe

We hold the Christian faith common to all believers

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Small group meetings

We also enjoy meeting in small groups in the homes

About the church in Newington

The church in Newington, Connecticut warmly welcomes you. We are believers in the Lord Jesus Christ who have personally received Him as our Savior. He is the most excellent and enjoyable Person. We love Him and endeavor to give Him the first place in all things. We rejoice to be cleansed by the blood of Jesus, God’s Son, born again of the Father’s divine life, and filled with the Holy Spirit. We highly treasure the Holy Bible as God’s revelation of Himself and of His eternal purpose.

We hold the common faith which is revealed in the Bible and is common to all genuine believers. As is true of all believers in Christ, we are members of His one Body, the church. In order to practice the oneness of the Body with all the Christians in Newington, we meet as the church in Newington. We are in fellowship with over 2,000 local churches worldwide to express the one Body of Christ.

Meetings

Lord's Day
Lord's day meeting, 10:00 AM

Wednesdays
Prayer meeting, 7:30 PM

Address
125 Maple HIll Ave
Newington CT 06111

“…who desires all men to be saved and to come to the full knowledge of the truth” 1 Timothy 2:4

Taught by God

One conversation that really stuck with me was a conversation with a born-again Christian out in Wyoming. He told me that if you have never tasted a peanut butter milkshake, you have no idea how good it is. This was a comparison to the sweetness of the saving grace of Jesus Christ. Even though I was a scoffer and a skeptic at the time, God was gaining me little by little

Real Love and Genuine Oneness

As a 10 year old I had no real guidance from my parents, so I was always getting into fights at school and doing bad things. I was an untrained, unguided, undisciplined brat; but I didn’t get into real trouble until I was talked into breaking into some summer peoples’...

The Prodigal at the River’s Edge

By the time I graduated I felt malnourished in my Christian life. Outwardly I was a “good Christian” and didn’t get into trouble, however, within, the Lord didn’t have the first place and He was relegated to Sundays. I left for college in Maine on August 1980 at the age of eighteen. For the first time I was not under my parents’ eyes. I tried to throw off all restraint and enjoy the “world” much like the prodigal son in Luke 15:11-32. The more I indulged in the “temporary” enjoyment of sin the more empty and vain I felt.

Links

The church in Newington has partnered with Bibles for America, a non-profit organization that helps to distribute free study bibles and Christian books. Click here to learn more and request a free New testament study bible.

Hymns Radio is an online radio station whose goal is to provide listeners with continuous access to hymns that are rich in Biblical truth, high quality, and enjoyable.

Click here to subscribe to eManna to get God’s word from the bible delivered to you daily via email. With a few verses from the Bible and a short word of ministry, it will nourish you and strengthen your faith. This is a free service.

The church in Newington has partnered with Bibles for America, a non-profit organization that helps to distribute free study bibles and Christian books. Click here to learn more and request a free New testament study bible.

Hymns Radio is an online radio station whose goal is to provide listeners with continuous access to hymns that are rich in Biblical truth, high quality, and enjoyable.

Click here to subscribe to eManna to get God’s word from the bible delivered to you daily via email. With a few verses from the Bible and a short word of ministry, it will nourish you and strengthen your faith. This is a free service.