Harvest Celebration at Magor Baptist Church

Sunday 29th September at 11am followed by lunch – All welcome!


We want to help more South Sudanese refugee children like Modi Emmanuel. Modi Emmanuel had to crawl away from South Sudan’s brutal civil war. His mother tried her best to carry him, but she couldn’t manage every step. And so this bright young South Sudanese boy, unable to walk through a disability, had to get on his hands and knees to find his way to safety in Uganda.

What must Modi have endured on his journey? The hardship and physical pain, and the terror of not knowing if he would survive. We give thanks to God that he did, and that he is now safe and has been given a wheelchair - thanks to South Sudanese Christians and BMS World Mission’s partners working among the refugees.

But there are so many other disabled South Sudanese refugees in camps in Uganda who do not have a wheelchair. And there are children who need food. Pregnant women who require a basic, yet life-saving health check. And widows who need tools and seeds to grow food for their families.

You can help to change this by joining with us and making a life-changing gift to the work of BMS World Mission in refugee camps in Uganda. See you on Sunday 29th.

New Mid-week Group

We have a new Life Group in the Church meeting on Wednesdays from 11th September @ 2pm. This new Life Group is for those that don’t already attend a group and would like to do so. If you are interested please speak to Bill Adams for further information.

Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds - Heb 10:23-24 

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@ Magor Baptist Church
This September we embark on a whole series of Prayer Initiatives.

Prayer Breakfast



    11th September
         in our
        Life Groups


  Sunday Mornings


    Prayer Breakfast                                                                              Saturday Mornings

                                                                                                                 @ 8.30am

Prayer Breakfast


                                                                  September 28th

                                                            October 19th

                                                                   November 16th

                                                                  December 14th


Recent Events


The 203rd CHURCH

ANNIVERSARY on Sunday 7th July was followed by an excellent BBQ lunch in bright sunshine which was enjoyed by the 70 folk who were able to come

ChAnn BBQ 1

 Ch Comm Leaders Lunch (2)
On June 14th, over 50 people came together for lunch at Chapel, to celebrate and thank individuals for the time and effort they give to enrich the life of Undy and Magor.
In attendance were our MP, Jessica Morden, our AM, John Griffiths, most of the Community Council, representatives from Undy AFC, Guides, the tennis club, schools, and those involved in local action groups and many others. Each table was hosted by two chapel members.
The level of chat was continuous, as people became acquainted with guests who have a similar heart for the village. Lunch, provided by Sian Elliot, was sumptuous.
Harry welcomed our guests and introduced the event, whilst Jessica Morden gave an encouraging and appreciative few words at the end.
Many guests have said how much they valued the occasion and would like it to become an annual event! So pray, and watch this space......!!




Mon CC Pop-Up Hub (one stop shop)
The Community Council have been successful in arranging for a Mon CC Pop-Up Hub (one stop shop) to come to Magor once a month in Magor Baptist Church between 11am and 2pm. Why not come along to Magor Baptist Church on the second Tuesday of every month and visit the 'pop-up' Hub service. A member of the team from Caldicot Community Hub will be on hand to offer the majority of their normal services in our community. Whether it is help with a Blue Badge or bus pass application, or advice on Council Tax and Housing Benefit, to collecting your recycling bags or renewing/reserving a library book or an enquiry for Community Education - they will do their best to help you!
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