Newport Minster, PO30 1SG
A parish church serving at the heart of Newport and the Isle of Wight, where anyone and everyone is welcome.
Minster Sung Eucharist
The central worship of the Minster Church using the Mass of St. Thomas for which the congregation come from all over the Island. We welcome anyone and everyone and are easily accessible for all, but should you have a specific need, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Family Communion (4th Sunday)
The Family Communion still contains all the elements of the Eucharist, but in a more family friendly format for all ages.
Newport Minster Zoom Church
Every Sunday since the Coronavirus crisis began, the congregation of Newport Minster have gathered online to worship, listen to the Gospel, pray, share the Peace and take part in a Spiritual Communion together. We do this by Zoom conferencing.
The service starts at 11:00am, takes about 20 minutes and then there is the opportunity to chat, if you want to. This Sunday the hymns will be 'Lord of all hopefulness, Lord of all joy' and 'Praise my soul the King of Heaven'.
Anyone and everyone is welcome to join us. If you would like to join us, please contact us. You can do this by sending us a direct message or emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then make arrangements for you to join us. Please allow us plenty of time to respond and make the arrangements.
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Compline (Night Prayer)
A short service held in the Princess Elizabeth Chapel using the words from Common Worship
Evening Prayer from Common Worship with Hymns
Using the Princess Elizabeth Chapel, this ecumenical service is entirely candle lit and features the music of Taize and other similar styles. The live music, simple chants, short readings and prayers enable many to find a few minutes peace to encounter the living God.
Alpha at Newport Minster
What is Alpha?
Alpha is an opportunity to explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment.
Each session includes food, a short talk and a discussion where you can share your thoughts.
There’s no pressure, no follow up and no charge.
What have you got to lose?
Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion
Using the Princess Elizabeth Chapel, this service is taken from the Holy Communion Service from the Book of Common Prayer. In addition to the Book of Common Prayer there are easy to follow service sheets. All our welcome including those who just wish a blessing rather than Holy Communion.