There will be no in-person or online services for December 5, 2021.
Meeting at American Legion Post 35 - 69 High Street Hampton, NH 03842 - Get Directions
WELCOME to New England Shores Baptist Church. We are a Bible-preaching church located in Hampton, NH. We are a close family of sinners saved by the grace of God who exist to do the work of God (Ephesians 4:11-12). We help individuals grow in Christ through the gospel, fellowship, and practical Bible teaching. We stand without apology for the Cross of Christ and the Fundamentals of the Faith. Please let us know how we can encourage you in your walk with Christ.
We are independent of any convention or association.
We view the Bible as literal and authoritative.
We use traditional, conservative worship with hymns and Bible preaching.
We are not Pentecostal or Charismatic.
We believe Israel and the Church are distinct.
We recognize salvation has always been by grace through faith.
We use the King James Version but are not "King James Only."
Who We Are
Current Teaching Series
Verse By Verse
The Lewis Family: Pastor Tim, Andee, Judson, & Reagan
Pastor Tim is a native New Englander born in Cambridge, Massachusetts who grew up in New Hampshire. He met Andee (a native of Montana) while attending Bible College. They were married in 2001, and Tim enrolled in seminary. Tim graduated in 2005 with a Masters of Biblical Studies and came back to New Hampshire to serve in a pastoral apprentice program.
While in this program, he became heavily burdened for the New Hampshire Seacoast because of its high population and the limited number of Bible-preaching churches. With the help of sister churches and Gospel Fellowship Association, New England Shores Baptist Church was planted. On July 12, 2010, the Lord blessed the Lewises with the birth of Judson. On November 25, 2014, the Lord blessed the Lewises with their second child, Reagan.
Pastor Tim's burden is to stay committed to preaching the Bible accurately by taking a literal, dispensational approach to the Scriptures. He is committed to expository preaching, the historical fundamentals of the faith, and being a shepherd (pastor) instead of a CEO.