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Acts 29 Network

Guy Mason, Andrew Grills, Dave Miers, Luke Nelson, and Nick Coombs are members of the Acts 29 church–planting network. Acts29 is a diverse, global family of church-planting churches that is characterised by theological clarity, cultural engagement, and mission innovation, and wants to be known for planting churches that plants churches, pursuing holiness and humility, being a radically diverse and global community, and praying for conversions through evangelism. The Acts20 family consists of over 600 churches and is represented across 40 countries across North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Australia.

This work is done in obedience to the great commission (Matthew 28:18–20), with the goal of seeing millions of lives changed by the power of the gospel. The president of Acts 29 is Matt Chandler (Village Church).

To find out more about Acts 29, visit acts29.com

Authorised Anglican Congregations

City on a Hill Melbourne, Geelong, Melbourne West and Melbourne East are licensed as Authorised Anglican Congregations in the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne.

Anglican churches can be found around the world and are diverse in style, expression and mission. The Fundamental Declarations of the 1961 Constitution of the Anglican Church of Australia outline our central commitments and identity:

  1. The Anglican Church of Australia, being part of the one Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church of Christ, holds the Christian Faith as professed by the Church from primitive times and in particular as set forth in the creeds known as the Nicene Creed and the Apostles Creed.
  2. This Church receives all the canonical Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as being the ultimate rule and standard of faith given by the inspiration of God and containing all things necessary for salvation.
  3. This Church will ever obey the commands of Christ, teach His doctrine, administer His sacraments of Holy Baptism and Holy Communion, follow His discipline and preserve the three orders of bishops, priests and deacons in the sacred ministry.