No. 976 - Rocherlea Full Gospel Church

Rocherlea is an outer northeastern suburb of Launceston. The area was previously known as Rocher’s Lane, which was the location of Rocklands, a house built by Charles Rocher, a barrister of the Supreme Court. The suburb was developed in the 1960s with the construction of public housing.

Rocherlea’s Full gospel Church is located in a former supermarket on Blackwood Drive. The church was established in 2013 and is associated with ‘Australian Christian Churches’, a movement of Pentecostal Churches in voluntary cooperation.

Before 2007 ‘Australian Christian Churches’ was known as he Assemblies of God . The Assemblies of God in Australia was formed in 1937 and currently consists of over 1,000 churches with over 375,000 constituents, making it the largest Pentecostal movement in Australia.



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