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Anyone know of any "South African" Churches in or around Melbourne, Afrikaans or English?

thanks!

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Anyone know of any "South African" Churches in or around Melbourne, Afrikaans or English?

thanks!

Hi Search

Have a look at Church Information - CityLife Also have a read through the Melbourne community section of the forum.

CityLife is not a purely 'South African' church - I doubt whether you'd find that here in Melbourne - but I've been to CityLife (Manningham campus) and it's brilliant. Very friendly people and very meaningful service/'sermon'. The Manningham campus is close to Doncaster and Templestowe where lots of South African families live, so there are quite a few South Africans in the mix there.

Another church I'd still like to 'try out' as well is Bayside Church as it's closer to where I live. I was at an Australian wedding about 3 months ago where the pastor/'dominee' was from Bayside Church (Cheltenham campus) and the refreshing, open-minded and progressive way in which the wedding was done/led convinced me to check out the church later on.

PS: There are many more churches to choose from...there is literally something for everyone. I'd advise 'church-hopping' initially to find somewhere you feel comfortable personally, as this differs from person to person. ...Enjoy!

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We are currently members of the following church:

Casey Christian Reformed Church. 350 – 352 Pound Road

Narre Warren South.

The Rev is a South African.

http://www.caseycrc.com.au/staff.php

We also go to the Wonga Park, Christian Reformed Church for some Afrikaans services once a month on a Sunday evening. Rev Tinus Du Plessis.

http://www.saaustralia.org/index.php?showt...p;hl=Wonga+Park

http://www.crca.org.au/AboutUs/WhoWeAre/Locations

Select "Wonga Park" at the bottom.

I agree with kangaroo:

"PS: There are many more churches to choose from...there is literally something for everyone. I'd advise 'church-hopping' initially to find somewhere you feel comfortable personally, as this differs from person to person. ...Enjoy!"

Hope it helps. If want to know when the Afrikaans services are, PM me, then I can give you the details to become part of the mailing group of when the next service will be.

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