The links below are for organisations which work with St Julians to further the work of God or to which we are affiliated or provide some kind of support.
Newport Credit Union Newport Credit Union is a not for profit financial co-operative owned and operated by the people of the city. It offers safe and easy savings and provide low-cost loans tailored to suit the needs of the individual. There is a collection point at St Julians Baptist every Tuesday from 10:30 to 12:30.
The Bible Society gives resources to Search the Bible, see how the Bible is changing lives and find out about the Bible.
Beyond the Streets is a UK charity working to end sexual exploitation by prioritising the involvement of those exploited by the sex industry.
Several members of our church are organisers of Welsh Ambulance Christian Fellowship which is a group for Service personnel, both active or retired, who share an interest in the Christian faith.
SWBA has been set up to help people find contact details for churches in South Wales.
Breakfast on the Beach provides an environment to help people to spend time allowing the Holy Spirit total freedom to minister the transforming presence and power of Jesus. It is run by Erik and Mary Fok who have long had associations with St Julians through joint events between our churches.
St Julians are supporting STOP THE TRAFFIK which is a global coalition of organisations working together to fight against people trafficking; by raising awareness on a subject that is little known or understood STOP THE TRAFFIK will call for change and freedom.
Churches Together In Newport gives information about other churches and events in Newport.
gig are building up Welsh language resources that will help churches reach out to others.
beibl.net provides a contemporary Welsh language translation for the new testament and they are working on the old testament right now.
We support the Samaritan's Purse shoe box appeal "Operation Christmas Child"
St Julians Baptist Church is affiliated to the Baptist Union of Great Britain.
The Baptist Missionary Society sends missionaries to over forty countries with the support of churches. We support a link missionary team and last year hosted a BMS action team on their return from Brazil.
AguAvivA Centro Comunitario was established in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to serve a shanty town or favela of about 10,000 people. The physical and social conditions are extreme, with poverty, disease and family breakdown. Agua Viva is one of our sponsored charities this year
Since these links are to third party websites, changes may have taken place since we last updated this page. If one of the links fails, please can you let us know so that we can try to update our page to reflect any changes.
Newport Credit Union now has a collection point at the Church each Tuesday from 10.30 to 12.00.
Information about events during the week at St Julians is available on our activities page.