NORTH-EAST BAPTIST CHURCH
North-East Baptist Church (Nundah) is an active, local, relevant and family-friendly Christian church. The church attracts people from Ascot, Clayfield, Hendra, Wooloowin, Northgate, Banyo, Wavell Heights, Geebung, Kedron and other suburbs in the north-eastern part of Brisbane. Our worship is informal, contemporary and relevant to all ages, including special programmes to cater for children. Our church also offers many other activities, play groups and associated ministries for you to enjoy. You are most welcome to join us for worship!
We are a growing church made up of over 300 adults and 150 young people. You will find people of all ages and several different cultures.
The Church building is located at 23 Chapel St, Nundah. We have one morning service on Sundays at 9am. Our worship style is informal and contemporary but not 'over the top.' A children's talk is included. Our children's and youth ministry (catering for pre-schoolers to year 10) operates during the second half of each service. We seek to ensure the Sunday morning program for the children is of the highest standard.
Our evening service is held at 5:00pm and is a time of inspirational worship and relevant messages. It is aimed at youth, young adults and young at heart.
We are blessed to have a number of Karen, Kachin and Chin former refugees from Burma in our church family. We seek to care for them through English language classes and general support.
We are committed to helping people grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. To do that we offer pathways to growth. Click on the image to find out more.
Our church hosts a Vision Radio antenna which broadcasts Christian radio to the Nundah area and surrounds. Tune to 87.8 FM
We believe Connect Groups that allow us to come together to engage with God’s Word, encourage one another and pray for one another in the context of relationship are a very important part of being a follower of Jesus. Groups meet on various nights and days during the week.
Our Church is affiliated with the Queensland Baptists but we believe Jesus Christ is the head of our Church and we seek His will in our decision making.
We annually elect leaders, called Deacons, to make routine decisions on behalf of the Church.
Although we have a formal Church membership for those who want to commit themselves in that way, our family is open to all those who call Jesus Christ their Lord.
In essential matters of belief we seek unity, but in other issues we seek to accept and understand one another focusing on our own conduct and belief rather than that of others.
The Church was formed in late 1998 when the Nundah and Wavell Heights Baptist Churches joined together.