Current Church Development

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Rosebud Early Learning Centre ready to launch in 2021

Rosebud Early Learning is a new and unique mission enterprise operated by Churches of Christ Community Childcare for Mission Ltd (C4M), a company set up to partner with Church of Christ churches to build and operate child care centres for community mission. The Rosebud centre has capacity for 92 children and is expected to open in early 2021 following strong expressions of… Read more →

Celebrate Messiah Development Nears Completion

Despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, excitement is building at Celebrate Messiah and Beit Ha Mashiach as construction enters its final stage. The building known as the Caulfield Messianic Centre is located in Caulfield Victoria, the largest Jewish community in Australia. It is the first custom built Messianic Centre is in the southern hemisphere and will contain a Messianic… Read more →

Warnbro Redevelopment Nears Completion

Warnbro Community Church is located approximately 55kms south of Perth was established in 1991. Under the leadership of Pastor Ryan Laden, the church has outgrown the original facilities and in 2018 commenced a significant redevelopment of these facilities to better meet its future needs. Pastor Ryan has drawn on his previous family company experience in church construction to project manage… Read more →

Door of Hope Prepares for the Future

Door of Hope, based in Launceston, Tasmania, is more than a church. It’s a local landmark. The church purchased the former Coats Paton Woollen Mill (40,000m2 under roof) in 2001 and commenced construction of a large auditorium, small auditorium, foyer, and office areas during 2003. The church relocated from its former site and commenced services in November 2003. Since that… Read more →

New Ministry Centre for Horsham Church of Christ

Construction of a new ministry centre for Horsham Church of Christ is progressing quickly and expected to be completed by January 2018. 16 years in the making, church Elder and project manager Ivan Sherriff said, “We got serious about a new building in 2001 and bought the property in River Road in 2011 or 2012,”. The new ministry centre has… Read more →

Point Cook development taking shape

An exciting new and strategic church development is emerging in Point Cook, west of Melbourne. Initiated by Cross Culture almost four years ago, supported by CCVT’s GAP (Grow A Plant) program and financed by CCFS, the establishment of this church facility is a bold step in CCVT’s desire to create a “community of hope and compassion” in what is Australia’s… Read more →