No. 1398 - Glenorchy - City North Church

The City North Church at Glenorchy is one of a growing number of newly established churches that operate from hired premises and which often choose not to build their own place of worship. Some of these church communities are short-lived while others are more enduring. The City North Church meets at the Golden Years Club, Main Road, Glenorchy

The City North Church was established in 2020 and first met in a room at the Glenorchy library. The church is part of a fellowship of evangelical churches known as FIEC, which describes itself as a network of independently governed churches.

The Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches presently consists of 55 churches across six states. It is based in Lyneham, Australian Capital Territory. The FIEC was established in 2002. Most of the churches were formed as church plants by clergy trained at Moore Theological College.

The City North Church meets at the Golden Years Club at Glenorchy. Image: Google street-view


Sources and links for further information:

https://www.citynorth.org/about/
https://www.fiec.org.au/
https://www.facebook.com/CityNorthGlenorchy
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fellowship_of_Independent_Evangelical_Churches_(Australia)

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