We invite you to join us for our special Christmas services! Read more
Over the past couple of years, we have been on a journey as a church – a journey of discipleship. We’ve each been growing in our own relationship with God, we’ve been telling and sharing our faith stories, we’ve prayed for one another, we’ve been discovering and re-discovering God’s Word (the Bible) together, we have been learning and exploring what it means to follow Jesus in everyday life and we have continued to seek to be a blessing to our community through our Helping Hand ministries and special events such as Community Christmas & Craft with Heart.
And in term 3, 2015 – we are launching something new. Something called Discipleship Communities. Read more
Coming up on Tuesday 14th July we will celebrate the wonderful milestone of 10 Years of Helping Hand Cafe.
Helping Hand Cafe is a weekly meal program run at Williamstown Church of Christ for anyone in the community to be able to come and enjoy a free 2-course meal and a take away food parcel. Over the past 10 years, our volunteer team have served more than 17,000 delicious meals! To check out media coverage of ‘Cafe over recent years, click here.
Our Minister Megan recently gave a short ‘TED’ style talk at the 2015 Churches of Christ ‘Adventures’ Summit for ministers and leaders in churches in Victoria and Tasmania.
Megan shared some of the adventures, some of the change and renewal that God has been leading us in at Willi Church over the past couple of years. Thinking about coming and visiting us at Willi Church? Looking to learn a bit more of our recent story as a church? Check out the YouTube video here (duration: 8:36 mins).
One of the highest grossing and most critically acclaimed movies of 2014 was Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic, Interstellar. Set in the near future, Earth has been devastated by drought and famine and humanity is facing extinction; and a group of explorers led by Cooper, played by Matthew McConahey, must leave the earth in search of a planet that can sustain life and save humanity.
The movie raises some of the big questions of life: who are we? what are we made to be? are we worth saving? can we save ourselves? is there more to life than just what we see? Read more
We’ve prepared a growing collection of helpful websites to encourage and challenge you in all aspects of your faith. If you find one that grabs you, why not pass it on to a friend?
www.fixinghereyes.org (for Christian women)
www.fervr.net (for Christian teens)
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