News and information about the Church of God (Seventh Day) in Australia
Pastor Phil Kordahi, from Adelaide, SA, recently visited our brothers and sisters in Christ in the Philippines during their General Conference. Phil mentioned he enjoyed a great time of warmth and fellowship, with a great desire to share the journey within the International Ministerial Congress of the Church of God (Seventh Day).
Two people were recently baptised in the shores near Adelaide, over the past couple of months. Pastor Phil Kordahi commented that this was a great time of joy for everyone, with very good attendance at each of the baptism.
The Church of God (Seventh Day) teaches baptism by immersion for all who have repented of their sins and accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour.
The Church of God (Seventh Day) held its General Conference on 9-13 January 2018. With members attending from all parts of Australia, as well as visiting speakers from Myanmar and New Zealand, the conferences' theme was "Christ Centred, Spirit Formed". Featuring inspiring sermons, a well rehearsed worship band, as well as lots of fellowship, many commented that this conference was the best yet. Thanks be to our God for His providence and blessing!
The Church of God (Seventh Day) in will be celebrating our General Conference in Adelaide, South Australia, in January 9-13, 2018. The theme of the conference is "Christ Centred, Spirit Formed".
This conference is held every two years, and you're invited. Book your accommodation early!
The Church of God (Seventh Day) in Perth and the Avon region in Western Australia has been meeting for Sabbath worship since January 2017 at the Connection Centre in Mundaring, in the Perth Hills.
If you're visiting, or living near Perth, or in the country, you're welcome to join us for worship and fellowship.
1470 Stoneville Road
Mundaring, Western Australia
Elder David Kidd and his wife Angela moved from Adelaide, South Australia, to Tauranga in New Zealand.
They have now initiated a new Sabbath fellowship in Ohauiti, Tauranga.
For more information, see their new website at www.churchofgodslove.com