No. 1425 - Devonport C3 Church

C3 Church at Devonport is a part of C3 Church Global, a charismatic church founded by Phil Pringle and Christine Pringle. The first church was started in Dee Why on the Northern Beaches of Sydney in 1980. C3 Church Global now has over 500 churches worldwide.

Devonport C3 Church is based in the former Uniting Church on Steele Street. The Church website describes the origins of the church as follows:

“C3 Devonport started 14 years ago in the home of pastors Brian and Sharon Webber before moving into Reece High School and on to rented premises, a converted Motors car maintenance workshop on the corner of Fenton and Parker Streets. The church called the sprawling site home for five years until the owners put the site on the market”.

In 2018 the Uniting Church on Steele Street closed and was sold television chef Ben Milbourne who planned to use the site for his production company. The intervention of COVID brought an end to this enterprise and the building was then sold to the C3 Church. The church was officially opened on 26 June 2022.

In reviewing the building’s history the C3 Church states:

“C3 Devonport has retained the heritage character of the fine old building, while also modernising the interior for a growing congregation of around 300 people.”

Further information about the C3 Church can be found in a link to the church’s website which is listed at the end of the page.

Devonport C3 Church - photograph: C3 Church Devonport Facebook page.

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