Welcome to Church of God (Australia) Ltd




Since its humble beginnings, the Church of God has been a "movement" - a moving church with a mission of ministry to the world. Where is God leading the Church of God? He is directing the church as a global movement prepared to meet the demands and challenges of ministry in the 21st century.The church consists of people just like you. Every person is recognised as a valuable member of the church body. You and Your Church, the Church of God, presents a lifestyle and fellowship with Jesus and His Holy Word. The church must be a driving force of Pentecostal witness united with one accord. What will it take? It will take "you" and your church - together!

Historical Dates:

August 19, 1886 Official forming of the Christian Union

May 15, 1902 Official name change to Holiness Church at Camp Creek

January 11, 1907 Officially registered under the name Church of God 

January, 1976 Official registration of New Testament Church of God, Campbelltown, NSW

A Season of New Beginnings

The Church of God in Australia was officially formed in 1976 upon the principles of Christ Jesus as they are revealed in the Holy Bible, the Word of God. It has its foundation of faith and practice in the Holy Scriptures and the vital experience of its constituents is Spirit-filled.

The theme of "

New Beginnings

" has captivated out attention. This is happening not only on a National Office perspective, but also among a number of individuals. It is interesting how God is speaking to His people in similar ways.

The wonderful truth is that our God is the God who continually presents to His people new opportunities, new blessings, and new beginnings daily.

Humanly speaking, the old things seem to be more familiar and comfortable. However, for those of us in the work of the Lord, it is the old things that lull us to sleep and keep us in our comfort zone. God needs to stretch us occasionally, and to take us down some new paths in order to keep us fresh and focused in the work of the Lord. The foundation of our faith will never change, but we know that occasionally our methods and approach to the Lord's work needs to be changed.

May I encourage each of us to tell God that we are available to Him to do a new thing in our lives? Open your life to Him and expect Him to do a new work in you that can bring about a

new beginning

in your life and ministry.