Mooroolbark Christian Fellowship is a congregation of Grace Communion International located in Melbourne Australia.
Our mission is living to give loving care and help wherever God leads.
Our vision is of a congregation growing to be more like Jesus Christ, prayerfully, joyfully, and generously woven into the Mooroolbark community.
Grace Communion International is a Christian denomination with about 50,000 members, worshiping in 900 congregations in about 100 nations.
The church is called to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, the message that God is reconciling the world to himself and offering forgiveness of sin and eternal life through Jesus Christ. A more detailed exposition of Grace Communion International beliefs and doctrines can be found in our Statement of Beliefs.
Mooroolbark Christian Fellowship is involved in a number of partnerships with the local community.
Mooroolbark Christian Fellowship, in Partnership with the Mooroolbark Community Centre put on a fun film night for the community during school holidays. For the next film night, see the Calendar
In partnership with the Mooroolbark Community Centre we along with other community groups help to put on a fun day for the community.
Map Mooroolbark has been established to collect up-to-date information about our township, which can help all of us plan for a better future.
Mooroolbark Christian Fellowship is proud to be associated with the World Vision Australia KIDS HOPE AUS. Program
KIDS HOPE AUS ..a ministry of World Vision Australia, is perhaps the most carefully designed partnership between churches and primary schools in the country. Its brilliance is simple: give children a relationship with a caring adult one hour per week. Give them love. There are a growing number of kids who exhibit emotional and social needs that the teacher alone simply cannot meet. And until these needs are met, children find it very difficult to learn. That's why schools are asking for churches to develop Kids Hope Aus. programs. A profound impact can be made in the lives of children when their very own mentors meet with them at school for one hour per week.