New Vision Baptist Church
Letter from Pastor Roni
New Vision Baptist Church is a Christian Church located in Hampton Park. We are a local diverse church that speaks in both the English & Samoan language, we welcome all cultures, ages and beliefs. We help to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ, sing worship and praise songs together and uplift each other. We have a network of leaders that are all here to support, guide and assist everyone. Our small community is fun and outgoing that engage in youth nights, bible studies and NVBC kids activities.
NVBC welcomes you with open and loving arms!
Something for Everyone
Every Sunday 12:30pm
Welcoming NVBC Kids! A fun way to learn about Jesus for children aged 0-12 years. Come and enjoy listening to the Word of God while your kids have fun with hands on activities, learning of bible stories, singing and dancing to Sunday school songs and so much more! We dedicate one Sunday a year to our children this is known as White Sunday. Our Sunday school also encourages the kiddies to build up confidence in learning the Samoan culture. All kiddies are welcome, so come in and speak with our Sunday School teachers for more information
Bible Study Sunday's
This Bible Study is held every Sunday over Zoom Online. It is spoken in both the English & Samoan language. All ages, men and women are both welcome! This is a space where everyone gets the opportunity to share about the bible, challenges we're facing and personal improvements. This is a great opportunity to meet new people, and uplift each other through Christ.
Youth Bible Study
Every fortnight on a Friday held over Zoom Online, our Youth group engages in bible study, where we can read, learn, and share with each other. This is a great way of meeting other people and uplifting each other. This supportive youth network also catches up for Youth Nights with games and fun activities, dinner outings and sporting walks
This year will be a year of Outreach to the local community. This would include Nursing Home visits with singing praise songs, a helping hand with the homeless organisations, and Coffee catch-up to support Men with Mental Health and raise awareness. All is welcome.