It has been rightly said that GOD'S WORK DONE IN GOD'S WAY WILL NEVER LACK GOD'S RESOURCES. WESTGATE IS LIVING PROOF OF THAT.The church's very existence is proof that God meets the needs of the people who want to do His work. I hope that is enough of a teaser to get you asking how,and why. We'd love to tell you more.
The church at Westgate has maintained a Christian witness in Pembroke since the early 19th century, but things changed dramatically in June 2006 when it was reconstituted as an Independent Evangelical Church.
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You may have a general curiosity or have hit this site unintentionally
You may already have faith in Jesus Christ
You may be new in the area and looking for Christian friendship
Whatever your personal situation we welcome you in the name of Jesus Christ. We want wants to be known as a community that is ‘Loving God and serving others’. In other words we want to share the good news that God can forgive and change anyone, and that He has planned a wonderful future for this world, and for all who love Him.
If you wish to listen to any of the sermons that are preached on Sunday mornings and evenings you will find them on the website under weekly sermons (Past sermons can be found in the Recordings section as well as some suggestions for further reading and study). Alternatively if you would like some free helpful literature do not hesitate to be in contact with us.
God's Word is shared with the congregation here at Westgate each Sunday Morning and Evening Service.
As with every place that God's Word is preached, the Preacher and Congregation wish the whole world could hear and gain from that preaching.
Well, now that we live in a technological age, we can provide recordings of God's preached Word so as many as possible can benefit.
Over quite a few years, each Sunday Sermon and Special Service has been recorded. The odd dated recording is missing due to the inevitable human error, but there are many to listen to.
I never cease to be inspired by George Muller’s story.
Although Prussian by birth, following his rather dramatic conversion he came to England, first as a missionary and then as a pastor.
Muller became a figure of national importance because of the magnificent work he did in rescuing and caring for thousands of orphans he found on the streets of Victorian Bristol.
1. Where is your passport?
A very well known footballer hit the headlines a little while ago, it was not for his football skills but for something totally different, as we shall see.