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Best Churches in Canberra

Best Churches In Canberra, ACT

Expert recommended Best Churches in Canberra, ACT. To help you find the best Churches in Canberra located near to you, we put together our own list based on customers reviews which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!.

The Catholic Archdiocese

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Canberra Catholic Bookshop, Catholic Education, Catholic Development Fund, Getting Married, Marriage Tribunal, Marriage, Family & Relationships, Professional Standards and Safeguarding.

Here’s The Deal:

The Catholic Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn is a part of the people of God found throughout the world. It is entrusted to the Archbishop as its pastor who sanctifies, teaches and governs the Archdiocese in union with the Pope.
The vision of the Archbishop with his Archdiocese is to bring all things together in the encounter with Jesus Christ. This is not achieved simplistically by applying some formula or new plan.

Wesley Uniting Church

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Palm Sunday prayers for the world, Worship through Holy Week and Easter Day

Here’s The Deal:

We at Wesley are blessed with large grounds and many attractive and useful buildings. For years these facilities have been open to community, cultural and sporting groups for their varying activities, and we find it a joy that the premises are almost always in use. Visitors, too, have commented on the sense of vitality they feel as they see a constant stream of people coming and going from these premises.
At Wesley we place our best efforts into providing worship that is nourishing and uplifting, with music and preaching of the highest calibre. We hope all people will leave our worship services encouraged in their journey of faith, and challenged to serve God each and every day.

Canberra Baptist Church

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Women’s Bible Study, Northside Bible Study, Men’s Book Group, Women’s Book Group, Ladies Fellowship, Prayer Group, 3:16 Bible study, Choir, Youth Group, Movie Group

Here’s The Deal:

Canberra Baptist is a vibrant and open Christian Community drawn together by our love of God, our love for each other, and our love for God’s world. We are a diverse group of people of all ages and we embrace many different stories of faith.
We love to meet together in worship, small groups, share a variety of social activities and offer hospitality to one another and our neighbours. As we seek to follow Jesus we share a commitment to loving our neighbours and issues of social justice and peacemaking.

Divergent Church Canberra City

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Palm Sunday prayers for the world, Worship through Holy Week and Easter Day, Prayer Group, Youth Group

Here’s The Deal:

Divergent Church Canberra (formerly LifeCity Church Canberra) is passionate about being a local expression of Jesus’ kingdom. It is a different kingdom, not one of this world or its practices and principles. Jesus’ kingdom is divergent, it is a kingdom where hate is overcome by love, where truth stands out from falsehood, where faith replaces fear. It is not a kingdom that can be experienced simply within the confines of a Sunday event but something seen in the people of God expressing the character of God in to every day life. At DIVERGENT CHURCH we believe Church is not simply an event you attend but a community of people living out the life of Christ, for his cause, acting as catalysts to bless a world that does not know Jesus.

Hope Christian Church Canberra

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Bible Study, Christ-Centred, Holy Spirit Empowered, Covenantal Relationships, Bible Based, Enriching Community Life, Vision Driven, Disciple Making, Leadership Development, Church Planting

Here’s The Deal:

Hope Church Canberra is a multicultural, vibrant community who love God and people. We are firm believers that the church is not a building but a community of people who share lives together and we would love to welcome you! Our main worship service is held on Sunday mornings in Canberra city, right next to Canberra Centre. We seek to be a community of Christ centred believers that are inspired by God’s Word and Presence!

Canberra City Uniting Church

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Events, Conference Center, Weddings, Action Groups, Small Groups, Community Outreach, Fellowship Groups

Here’s The Deal:

City Uniting is a diverse community of people who, by word and action, seek to share the good news of the love of God seen in Jesus Christ. City Uniting is a congregation of the Uniting Church in Australia (UCA). We try to be an inclusive community providing a place of nurture and care for people of different cultures, abilities, ages, family structures and sexual orientations. As a congregation of the Uniting Church in Australia we aim in our worship to bring people into the presence of God, through ordered, thoughtful and innovative liturgy and scholarly interpretation of the Bible. We foster a strong commitment to social justice and peace, in both Australia and the rest of the world. As a city church we endeavour to serve the local community as disciples of Christ.

International Full Gospel Fellowship, Canberra

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Prayer, Power, Worship, Covenant, Word, Mission, Balance, Giving, Excellence, Leadership

Here’s The Deal:

The birth of IFGF Church in Canberra was started in March 2015 with the support given by IFGF Sydney (Clyde and City), IFGF Melbourne, IFGF Singapore in the form of iCare (IFGF Care) as the small group of believers praying and sharing together. On September 12, 2015 we began our first Sunday Service once a month and now by the grace of God IFGF Canberra is running Sunday Services every week. We pray that God will use the Church for His people to grow in faith and expand His Kingdom to become a channel of blessing to many people in this city and beyond. We are called to fulfill the Great Commission, not only to let people know about God and the eternal salvation, but touching hearts, improving lives, and creating second chances. We are here for the people, as a humble servant and wise counsel. We focus on the people, creating impact and changing them for the better.

Canberra Christian Fellowship Methodist Church

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Tuesday Bible Study, Prayer Meetings, Social Group, Harvest Thanksgiving, Community Christmas Carols

Here’s The Deal:

The Canberra Christian Fellowship is a group of Christians that came together and began holding worship services in 2004. Many of our people grew up in the Methodist Church (and value that heritage) before The Uniting Church in Australia was formed. We began our own fellowship largely as a result of dissatisfaction with the attitudes, practices, beliefs and teaching of much of the leadership of the denomination from which we came. The Canberra Christian Fellowship has been incorporated in the Australian Capital Territory since late 2006.

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Tuesday Bible Study, Prayer Meetings, Social Group, Harvest Thanksgiving, Community Christmas Carols

Here’s The Deal:

The Lutheran Church is the largest Protestant church in the world, with over 70 million members. This website tells the story of Australian and New Zealand Lutherans, following Jesus Christ – where love comes to life. Whoever you are, whatever your story, you’re welcome here with us.

Canberra National Seventh-day Adventist Church

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Tuesday Bible Study, Prayer Meetings, Social Group, Harvest Thanksgiving, Community Christmas Carols

Here’s The Deal:

In the early 1950s the Canberra Seventh Day Adventist Church consisted of 18 charter members meeting in various places. In November 1958 with a membership of around 50, a building was opened and dedicated as the church building (now the church hall). During the 1960s the church membership grew to around 170, and in 1969 the Woden SDA church was formed. In the late 1960s the SDA’s formed a building and finance committee to look into the need for a new church building with meeting and service rooms. “Ken Woolley of Ancher Mortlock and Woolley” The existing late 1950s building which they had been using as a church was to be retained as the church hall.