No. 1079 - Huntingfield - Kingsborough Family Church

Huntingfield is a suburb at the southern end of the town of Kingston. It was named after "Huntingfield House" which was built by James Baynton in the 1840s.

Kingborough Family Church was established in the late 1990s meeting in the Kingston Beach Community Hall. The Church was originally ‘planted’ by the Hobart Family Church (now known as Velocity Church). It is a member of the Acts Global Churches movement.

Acts Global Churches (formerly Apostolic Church Australia) is one of the pentecostal denominations or families of churches which was formed in Australia in 1930.

The Apostolic Church is a denomination linked to the Pentecostal movement. The term "Apostolic" represents the denomination's belief that it follows the teachings of the twelve apostles who followed Christ. With roots in the 1904–1905 Welsh Revival, it seeks to revive first-century Christianity in its faith, practices, and government.

Additional information about this church and the building is most welcome as all articles are continually updated. I can be contacted through this page or my Facebook page "Churches of Tasmania" which is linked here: Churches of Tasmania.

source: Kingborough church Facebook page



Sources:

https://kfc.church/about/#history
https://www.facebook.com/kfc.church/
https://actsglobal.church/
https://www.utas.edu.au/library/companion_to_tasmanian_history/P/Pentecostal.htm







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