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Best Churches in Melbourne

Best Churches In Melbourne, VIC

Expert recommended Best Churches in Melbourne, VIC. To help you find the best Churches in Melbourne 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!.

St Michael's Church

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Catholic Education, Catholic Development Fund, Special events, Church Gatherings, Online Gatherings

Here’s The Deal:

St Michael’s is a vibrant, progressive, inclusive church with a long tradition of nurturing the spiritual well-being of the human person and working for the common good in society. St Michael’s is a vibrant, progressive, inclusive church with a long tradition of nurturing the spiritual well-being of the human person and working for the common good in society. We are proud of our independent spirit; seeking continually to discover new ways to understand faith and to demonstrate it in our lives, and in the heart of the city. As part of the Uniting Church in Australia, St Michael’s is committed to involvement in social and national affairs. We hold foundational Christian values of the importance of every human being, the need for integrity in public life and concern for the welfare of the whole human race irrespective of race, creed, gender, sexuality, status or age.

Melbourne Chinese Church of Christ

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Events, Wedding, Special Missions, Teens

Here’s The Deal:

Melbourne Church of Christ believes in Jesus, his grace and the truth of scripture culminating in a profound relationship with God, our creator. We are a community of believers committed first to God and His word, and then to one another within the fellowship of the church. With the freedom of grace and the scriptural ambition to “go and make disciples” (Matt 28:18) we aim to accomplish this as we meet together in various locations throughout the Melbourne region. Whether you are looking for one-on-one bible studies, small group studies, devotionals or a Sunday service we hope you find a way to connect.

St James' Old Cathedral

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Holy Communion, Prayers, Weddings, Baptisms, Funerals, English classes

Here’s The Deal:

The entire history of St James’ Old Cathedral has taken place on the ancestral lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay them a symbolic annual tribute to express our intention to continue to seek understanding and reconciliation. St James’ Church of England was originally built on a crown grant site on the corner of William and Little Collins Streets. The foundation stone was laid by Charles La Trobe, Superintendent of the District of Port Philip, on the 9th November 1839. Mr Robert Russell, a London architect and surveyor, designed the building in Colonial Georgian style, inspired by Francis Greenway’s work at St James’ King Street in Sydney. The unfinished building was opened for worship on the 2nd October 1842.

Scots’ Church Melbourne

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Prayers, Weddings, Baptisms, Funerals, English classes

Here’s The Deal:

In May 1835, John Batman sailed across from Tasmania in order to explore the Yarra River. His exploration rapidly led to the settlement of the area which was to grow into the Melbourne of today, and was soon followed by the first move to establish a church in Melbourne. It was Dr. Alexander Thomson who held Presbyterian services on the banks of the Yarra in 1836, but he was soon followed by Rev. James Clow, a retired East India Company Chaplain; who conducted his first service on 31st December, 1837. So it was that the Presbyterian Church was the first church in Melbourne; the first Christian denomination to have regular services of worship conducted by an ordained minister. Since 1838 Scots’ has been continuously reaching out to the people of this city. When Rev. James Forbes arrived from Scotland to minister in the colony, the first church was a temporary wooden building at the west end of Collins Street whilst the congregation applied for an official grant of land. Two acres on the present site were obtained and a school was subsequently built. This school also served as a church on Sundays until a proper church building, seating five hundred, was built in January 1841.

LIFE Church Melbourne

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Prayers, Weddings, Gatherings, Funerals, English classes

Here’s The Deal:

Whether you’ve just walked through our doors for the first time, or have been a part of the foundations, we want you to know that you are family. We are a church where people are our priority. Through our four major focuses: Church, Community, Business and Kingdom, we are on purpose to impact and change generations with the reality of Jesus. With Sunday services, NEXT STEPS and mid-week local gatherings throughout Auckland and Melbourne, we know you’ll find a home at LIFE.

Saint Francis’ Church

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Prayers, Weddings, Gatherings, Events, English classes, Music, Community Prayer

Here’s The Deal:

Designed by Samuel Jackson (1807-1876) and built between 1841 and 1845, St Francis’ is the oldest Catholic church in Victoria and the first cathedral church of the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne. When the Irish Franciscan Fr Patrick Geoghegan (1805-1864) laid the foundation stone on 4 October 1841, he named the church in honour of St Francis of Assisi, the founder of his order. A small timber chapel (1839) was located on the site while the present church was being built. The nave was ready for the first Mass to be celebrated on 22 May 1842, and the completed church was blessed and opened on 23 October 1845.

Wesley Uniting Church

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Prayers, Weddings, Gatherings, Events, English classes, Music

Here’s The Deal:

We are committed to implementing the Keeping Children Safe Policy of the Uniting Church in Australia, Synod of Victoria and Tasmania. We are committed to safeguarding children from abuse and neglect, and to promote child safety and well-being. We will take appropriate action to protect children with whom we have contact from physical, sexual, emotional and psychological abuse and neglect. We will work to ensure there is a clear awareness of the difference between appropriate and inappropriate behaviour. We require clear boundaries between children and employees, volunteers, congregation members and people in specified ministries.

City on a Hill: Melbourne

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Prayers, Weddings, Gatherings, Events, Music

Here’s The Deal:

Due to current COVID restrictions we will not be gathering in-person this Sunday July 18. Join us at 9am, 11am, 6pm & 8pm for our Digital Gatherings at cityonahill.digital Normally, you can join us each week for our Sunday services at 9am and 11am at Hoyts Melbourne Central. We gather in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD to sing, pray, hear God’s word, connect with our community and set our eyes to the beauty, truth and relevance of Jesus. We attract a diverse group of people; including students, families, workers, and many who are visiting or new to Melbourne. Whether you have been a Christian for years or exploring Jesus for the first time, we would love for you to come and gather with us!

Collins Street Baptist Church

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Prayers, Weddings, Gatherings, Events, Music, Baptist Tradition, Personal Enrichment

Here’s The Deal:

Collins Street Baptist Church has a long and colourful story. Since its beginnings in the early 1800s, it’s been home to a community of people committed to the Christian faith and to living that faith here in the city of Melbourne. Melbourne’s first Baptist service was held in 1838. The congregation met in a tent on land where the Regent Theatre now stands and was constituted as the Collins Street Baptist Church in 1843. It had a membership of just 16 people. The first chapel was built on the present site in 1845. However, by the end of 1850s the congregation had outgrown its space. Joseph Reed, the architect who designed the Melbourne Town Hall, was commissioned to enlarge the church building. Consequently, Reed demolished the original structure and replaced it with the present one opened in 1862. The classical temple façade with its four Corinthian columns places the building in the neo-Greek architectural tradition rather than the gothic style used for many of Melbourne’s churches. It reflects the Baptist understanding of the church as a community of believers rather than a sacred building. Heritage Victoria describes it as the grandest classical church in Victoria.

CrossCulture

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Prayers, Weddings, Gatherings, Events, Music, Baptist Tradition, Kids & Youth Program, Seminars & Events, Other Resources

Here’s The Deal:

We are a cross-cultural church who believes that Jesus is the Son of God. He brings a message of hope to all people. Our vision is for people to know Christ, grow in Him and proclaim Him.