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Faith Baptist Church, Sydney – Mission:
To go forth with a great message to fulfill Christ’s commission and His great commandments for God’s Glory.

Shirelive Church, Sutherland – Origin:
Horizon Church was established in 1949 as a pioneer church plant of the Assemblies of God in Australia under the leadership of Pastor Norm Armstrong who was passionate about seeing a Pentecostal witness established in the Sutherland area.

The first meeting was in the Sutherland School of Arts Hall.

In the early 1950s the current property at 7-9 Stapleton Avenue, Sutherland was purchased and constructed.

Over the years, the church has been through several name changes.

It was originally founded as Sutherland AOG, then becoming the Christian Growth Centre until 2000 when it was renamed Shire Christian Centre.

At this time the church moved from an unincorporated body to a company limited by guarantee and in May 2006 the church was rebranded as Shirelive.

On the 20th October 2013, Pastors Brad & Alison Bonhomme were appointed as the Senior Pastors and in February 2018 the church was rebranded as Horizon Church.

Shirelive Church, Sutherland – Values:
Christ Centred
Word Based
Spirit Led
Living Generously
Genuine worship encounters
Living life from a position of grace
Discipleship and leadership development
Being a generational church

Along with nearly all Christian churches Free Reformed Church of Baldivis willingly receives the creeds that have come to us from the first centuries of the early Church, the Apostles Creed, Nicene Creed and Athanasian Creed.

Further, as a Reformed Church, Free Reformed Church of Baldivis also expresses the unity of faith as it is confessed in the Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism and the Canons of Dort.

The creeds and confessions of the church are not the Word of God themselves, but Free Reformed Church of Baldivis holds them to be faithful summaries of God’s Word and as such they assist us in our faith and life.

The most used and loved confession is the Heidelberg Catechism, which is taught to the youth of the church and is normally used in the Sunday afternoon church services. The catechism begins by asking: What is your only comfort in life and in death?

Hunter-Barrington Presbyterian Church, Raymond Terrace is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia.