God is Spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth.
John 4:24 NKJV
6 July - Mundaring
13 July - Mundaring
20 July - Mundaring
27 July - Mundaring
3 Aug - Mundaring
10 Aug - Mundaring
17 Aug - Mundaring
24 Aug - Mundaring
31 Aug - Mundaring
7 Sept - Mundaring
14 Sept - Pending**
21 Sept - Mundaring
28 Sept - Mundaring
5 Oct - Mundaring
12 Oct - Mundaring
19 Oct - Pending**
26 Oct - Mundaring
** Alternative Sabbath worship venue to be announced. Please check back to confirm.
Mid-week Bible Study alternating in Kenwick and Spencers Brook, (near Northam) WA.
All welcome. Please call to confrm dates, times and venue details.
Daunted by the thought of church? You needn't be. The church experience should be the most welcoming and encouraging experience every week. As followers of Jesus Christ, we gather every Saturday morning for worship - which consists of song, prayer, scripture reading and Bible teaching.
Fellowship is a vital part of our time together. We hope you'll meet someone who will not only make you feel welcome, but immediately also sense our genuineness in Christ. After services it is our prayer thatwe leave more encouraged and empowered by God's grace and Holy Spirit than when we first walked in.
Membership grants participants to share in the decision making processes of the congregational and gifts based leadership.
Pictured is Pilar and Raquel receiving their membership certificates.
Integral to worship is time spent in fellowship.
On the first Sabbath each month, everyone is invited for bring-and-share lunch. Other times, a cuppa and conversation are great to complement our time together.
Photographed outside The Church of Christ venue in Mundaring, WA, July 2017, on the occasion of visit by Pastor Phil and his wife Sue from Adelaide, South Australia.
If you live in the Perth area, or are visiting, you are welcome to join with us on Saturday mornings for fellowship and worship, and always in the fellowship of God our Father and His Son Jesus Christ. Church of God (Seventh Day) Australia. Supported by Christian Educational Services Australia.
The Church of God (Seventh Day) endeavours to live as saints "who keep the commandments of God and the testimony of Jesus". We extend grace to those in Christ whose culture, distinctives and traditions may differ from ours.
Apart from the weekly Sabbath and the annual Lord's Supper (Christian Passover), some of our congregations around the world also celebrate the Biblically-patterned festivals. We do so in the spirit of the New Covenant, emphasising their inherit Christology, and further noting that these celebrations should not be used as a test of fellowship or a requirement for salvation. We seek to live and exemplify the new covenant life in Christ in all we say and do.