We are a bible-believing, Christ-centred, Spirit-filled & mission-minded church based in Sydney.

As a Pentecostal movement, we are part of the Christian Mission Fellowship International Church. We take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to people everywhere & make His name famous where we are sent. We do this by commissioning and supporting missionaries across the continents and the islands in between. Our mandate is to see the Great Commission become the Great Completion.

Sunday morning is when we hold our church service (Check times below). During the week, we gather at different times & places in smaller groups to study the Word in a more relaxed setting with an inter-personal focus, also to pray corporately as a body and to reach out to the communities in need. It is an opportunity to gather and interact with ALL people from every season & stage of life. We connect, worship & receive the Word together & focus on Jesus – the Hope of this World.





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Who is Jesus? (by Billy Graham)

 Jesus Among Secular Gods (by Ravi Zacharias)


If you do not know Jesus as your Saviour & Lord, simply pray the following prayer in faith:




“Heavenly Father, I come to You in the Name of Jesus Christ. Your Word says, “Whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved” & “if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, & shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved”. (Acts 2:21; Romans 10:9). I confess that Jesus is Lord. And I believe in my heart that You raised him from the dead. Thank you for coming into my heart, for giving me Your Holy Spirit as You have promised, & for being Lord over my life. Amen”.




 If you said this prayer from the sincerity of your heart, then you are now a child of God! “But as many as received Him (Jesus), to them gave He the power to become children of God, even to them that believe in His name.” (John 1:12)  In this lies the promise of eternal life. Don’t hesitate to contact us so we can offer you our free gift & help you in your new journey of faith.

Who do you say that I AM?

(Matthew 16:5)

During a discussion with his disciples, Jesus asked them, “But what about you? Who do you say I am?” (Matthew 16:15, NIV). The answer to this important question is related to a critical area of theology known as Christology. As its name indicates, Christology is about the study of Christ – His nature, his purpose, and more.

Theology lays the foundation for God, His nature, and His plan involving redemption for human beings and restoration of a fallen creation. It also tells us some important things about God such as that He is personal, loving, transcendent, active in His creation, all-powerful, ever-present, and all-knowing. But without Christology, there is no Christianity. Jesus is at the center of the Christian faith. As a result, knowing about Christ is essential, as well as personal. Our relationship to Christ, for instance, is tied to our human condition, redemption, and salvation.

Christ and His Claims

Despite isolated criticism to the contrary, one key aspect of Christ that we must agree on is that he actually existed as a historical person. This means he was not a legend, myth, or fictional hero. He really lived in the first century and the New Testament contains the fullest, most reliable record of his life and ministry. It’s also important that we understand his nature. Christ claimed divinity. There are many passages that support his claims to deity. Two such passages include passages in the Gospels wherein Jesus forgives sin, receiving the response, “Who can forgive sins but God alone?” (Matthew 9; Mark 2; Luke 5). In John 8, Jesus said, “I tell you the truth, before Abraham was born, I am!” (John 8:58). In the next verse, the individuals he was interacting with “picked up stones to stone him.” Why? The options are limited, with the best explanation being for supposed blasphemy. John 10:33 underscores some of the reasoning behind wanting to put Jesus to death: “We are not stoning you for any of these … but for blasphemy, because you, a mere man, claim to be God.”

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