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The vision of New England Theological Seminary (NETS) is to promote God’s kingdom by planting strategic, reproducing, gospel-driven churches in New England and abroad. NETS carefully selects top seminary graduates and equips them to establish and lead these gospel-driven, pioneer churches. Click here to find out more about NETS. More

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Coming Soon!
2006 NETS Conference for Pastors and Lay Leaders

"Powerfully Proclaiming the Gospel of Christ"

Oct. 8, 9 & 10
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Tom Schreiner
Professor of New Testament at
The Southern Baptist Theologicalexness mt4 download Seminary
and Preaching Pastor of
Clifton Baptist Church, Louisville, KY

2005 conference sessions with Dr. Bryan Chapell

Save the Date for the
 Sixth Annual New England Theological Seminary Banquet
Monday, June 4, 2007
Wyndham Hotel
Burlington, Vermont

View 2006 Banquet highlights!

The NETS Institute Presents

Godly Communication:

Critical to Your Life

A six-week course taught by
NETS President Rev. Wes Pastor

Missed the class? Click here to listen online or download.

Something to Talk About

Wes preaching
Visit the online resource center for gospel-centered sermons and seminars.

tn_RGC logoFind out why we're so excited about our first local church plant.  Visit the RGC Web site.

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Visit Redeemer Baptist Church - future home of NETS-West Africa!


How then shall they call upon Him in whom they have not believed?


And how shall they believe in Him whom they have not heard?


And how shall they hear without a preacher?


And how shall they preach unless they are sent?

Romans 10:14-15

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