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Don’t do life alone
Just because you live in a beautiful place like Wollongong doesn’t mean you have life all figured out.
Life is chaotic: full of work-pressures, family-responsibilities, relationship-dramas, and money-stresses. There are endless things to distract and entertain, but where exactly is the good life found?
Jesus said, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Maybe you want to investigate Jesus or reconnect with him. Maybe you’re considering visiting church for the first time, or the first time in a long time.
Is learning about Jesus in community the missing ingredient to the life you long for?
Find what you’re searching for
Each of us is longing for something. Deep rest. Loving community. Genuine belonging. A joy-filled life. True spirituality.
At City on a Hill: Wollongong we know that with Jesus each of these things can be found.
The search is over.
We’d love for you to join us and discover the good news of how.
Jesus changed my life and he can change yours too. Each of us longs for friendship, wisdom and purpose. Jesus provides all of those things. That is why he is the foundation of our community.
What it’s like to be part of our community
Three ways to get involved in our community
1. Visit this Sunday
2. Join a Gospel Community
3. Let’s Do Life Together
Get to know your team
Joel Deacon is the Planting Pastor of City on a Hill Wollongong. He is firmly convinced that we are designed for community, especially in a big and sometimes lonely city like Wollongong. Before becoming a pastor, Joel worked as a Civil Engineer and is always up for a chat about roads and bridges. But his greatest passion is talking to people about Jesus. Joel is married to Emma, and they have three kids Elijah, Isaac and Lily. An ideal day off for Joel would include coffee with his wife, smelling flowers with his daughter, wrestling with his boys, reading, and staying up late to watch EPL.
We’re part of a larger movement
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Visit this Sunday
We meet at 10am at Lindsay Park Public School.
All are welcome to our inclusive, casual and friendly Sunday gatherings. From 10am we have a time of community, a great chance to grab a cup of tea or coffee and get to know others.
At 10:15 we start our service, which consists of Bible teaching, worship songs, and a kids program.Get Directions