New Beginnings Baptist Church

Praise In The Park

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Summer / Spring 2014

We are springing into summer here at New Beginnings. Spring has been full of family events. We celebrated Easter and Pastor Joe’s 65th birthday. We had a family day at Camp Qwanoes with 70 of our members. We welcomed new babies, rejoiced at a wedding, and grieved with those who lost family members. We were a part of “Journey Together Heal Together,” a film and panel to help bring understanding of the effects of the residential schools that are still felt today by our families. We also had ten people join the Rising Above Conference in Prince Rupert which we helped host last year here in Vancouver (Click here for our spring/ summer newsleter)

Winter 2014 Newsletter


As a church, we have many things we are excited about. This newsletter is also full of plans for the summer and you won't want to miss the story of our first law student at New Beginnings or of the new ministry we think God is calling her into. So read on, and see how God is at work here in East Vancouver! (Download Winter Newsletter 2014)

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Fall Newsletter 2013

We have so much to catch up on! God has been doing great things in the inner-city of Vancouver. This year we have seen new believers, baptisms, healing from addictions, families restored, over one hundred kids and youth attending Christian camps and hundreds more people hearing the gospel and eating a great chicken dinner in the park, right across the street from our church! (Download Newsletter )

2012 Spring Newsletter Out

Vancouver’s East End has people coming from all over our country to join it’s wide open life of crime, drugs & drunkenness. Crime is out of control-the police can’t handle it, the courts can’t handle it, our city & country can’t handle it. Cars are being stolen or broken into, homes are being broken into. Stabbings & shootings are common place. This month there was a murder 1 block away & an armed standoff next door to us. Just normal for Vancouver’s East End. Drug addiction & drunkenness fuel this rampage... (Download Newsletter)

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1587 Frances Street Vancouver, BC V5L 1Z2

Phone: 604-873-2100