Meet some of the family. Some have been with us since the beginning and others have joined us along the way. Whether new or old, the important thing is that we are all striving to move onward and upward for the Lord.

Scott Family

“The congregation is full of people, young and old, that love and care about actually serving God, not just talking about it.”

“Frankly, my wife and I have found most churches to be lame and boring places where the congregation basically ‘do their time’ on a Sunday. They leave almost as directionless and uninterested as when they arrived. This church is a clear exception to this rule.

Victor is a top bloke, willing to talk about any subject and give wise counsel whenever needed. The congregation is full of people, young and old, that love and care about actually serving God, not just talking about it.

My wife and I have travelled quite a bit and been to a lot of churches. Our extended families don’t even live in NSW. Then why do we live here? The Church in Liverpool, that’s why. This church is the needle in the haystack, it’s that good. We love this church and so do our children!”

Kassiotes Family

“It’s a blessing to have saved brothers and sisters so integral to our lives, and to watch our children grow up together.”

“In 2015, shortly after Stephanie got saved, we joined this church. I was saved a few years earlier. At the time, the church was still meeting at a house in Punchbowl. We were looking for a hard- preaching, KJV only, bible-believing church to get baptised in, and came across what now is a fundamental part of our lives.

I grew up as a Greek Orthodox and Stephanie as a Catholic. Coming from these two circles and both both being saved late into our 20’s, the whole ‘fundamental, bible believing church’ scene, the importance of church, and the church family were very foreign to us. Now however, it has become a central part of our lives!

We were baptised and married by Victor, and can honestly say that he, along with the other church members, have become very close and dear friends of ours. It’s a blessing to have saved brothers and sisters so integral to our lives, and to watch our children grow up together. We are also blessed to have the majority of our blood brothers, sisters and parents, as well as many life-long friends join the church as well!

We pray the Lord continues to bless our family, and allow us to grow even more.”

Michell Family

“The fellowship and support here is exactly what you would expect from a church that is filled with true brothers and sisters in Christ.”

“Our family is so glad to be apart of this amazing bible-believing church! Like-minded Christians are edified through biblical preaching by a wise, humble and truth-loving bishop. The fellowship and support here is exactly what you would expect from a church that is filled with true brothers and sisters in Christ.”

Katerina

“I’m so glad to be in a church where I can call the people there, my family.”

“I was raised in a Greek Orthodox family and attended the Greek Orthodox Church every Sunday. When I sat in the mass, I couldn’t quite understand everything the priest said because he spoke in ancient Greek. One day, I had questions about Greek Orthodoxy and some of the practices they follow. I asked my mother why they do things like: praying to the saints, lighting candles, breaking eggs at Easter, etc. I didn’t get an answer I was satisfied with and began to doubt the religion.

I then started to read the Bible on my own to see if the Greek Orthodox religion lined up with the Bible. While searching, I realised that the Greek Orthodox religion actually contradicts what the Bible teaches. I prayed to God to lead me the right way. Around the same time, my brother was also searching for the Lord and questioned me about Greek Orthodoxy. I then put my faith in Christ and never looked back ever since.

I’m so glad to be in a church where I can call the people there, my family. I am so blessed that I can learn about Jesus Christ and grow together spiritually as a community. I am thankful to Victor, for being a great leader and showing us what it means to be a true believer in Christ.

Alexander

“It truly tests everything with the Word of God and leaves no room for vain tradition.”

“I have been a Christian since April 2011 and have been attending this church since September 2015. It wasn’t always like this, as I was born and raised in the Roman Catholic system of religion. Growing up, I went to mass on a weekly basis, but despite this, I never had any real understanding of why Jesus Christ died on the cross.

I learnt from a young age that death is not a respecter of persons (Psalm 103:15). This knowledge instilled the fear of God in me. I was always taught that you had to perform good deeds to get to heaven, but deep down I never felt good enough.

My perspective changed when a friend from high school shared the gospel to me in class. It was from that moment that I came to the understanding that salvation is a free gift that was purchased by Jesus through his death, burial and resurrection (Romans 6:23). Once received it can never be lost (John 10:28). Because of this amazing truth my soul has been delivered from hell. 

This church is the best church for me to grow in, as a Christian, that I know of. It truly tests everything with the Word of God and leaves no room for vain tradition. It also sticks to the fundamentals of salvation, by faith alone through Christ alone, eternal security, KJV only, soul-winning, etc. These attributes alone puts me in good stead to serve God at this church for years to come.”

Anniversary Photos

Take a trip down memory lane. Below is a collection of our church group photos that we take each Anniversary Sunday. Make sure you’re at the next Anniversary Sunday meeting to get your face in the next church photo!

Fourth Anniversary – 3rd March 2019

Third Anniversary – 4th March 2018

Second Anniversary – 5th March 2017

First Anniversary – 6th March 2016

First Church Photo

Our church was founded on Sunday, 1st of March 2015, but unfortunately we never took a group photo on that day. Here is the first photo we took as a group on Sunday, 17th May 2015.