No. 1334 - Launceston - iSEE Church - Cimitiere Street

One of the goals of the ‘Churches of Tasmania’ project is to create a comprehensive catalogue of churches and other places of worship established in the Tasmania since settlement. In the earliest days of settlement worship took place in government buildings, barns, school rooms and homes. Two hundred years later some things have not changed with start-up churches established in warehouses, public halls and commercial premises. Some of these churches will survive and flourish and go on to build formal places of worship. Others may not but they will all eventually form a part of Tasmania’s rich history of diverse religious communities and their places of worship.

The iSEE Church is located in commercial premises on Cimitiere Street. The church was established as the Free Life Church in about 2010. Worship was previously held at the Inveresk Tramsheds and also at the Rocherlea Football Club.

The iSEE church is part of the pentecostal movement and has branch churches in Queensland and South Australia.

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