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Guy Mason November 2010

26 Oct 2010

City on a Hill turns three!

At the end of October 2007 we planted City on a Hill with a small team and a big vision to see Melbourne impacted with the life of Jesus.

Since then God has gathered men and women with a passion to know Jesus and get on board with his mission, and we celebrate our third birthday with great joy and thankfulness.

We have seen our ministry grow and expand, and now draw hundreds of people to Docklands from all over Melbourne. We now run mid-week community groups, training programs as well as an exciting ministry to

Melbourne’s homeless, called “Many Rooms”.

As I reflect on the past three years, I am truly grateful for the support and commitment of the Docklands community. We are passionate about this community, and truly feel a part of it. It’s been great being a part of the Christmas events, and particularly fun establishing the Community Weekend. God is passionate about community and we want to share his love for this place.

I would like to honor the staff of James Squire for their incredible generosity to us over the past three years. We have many fond memories of our time there – from baptisms in a splash bath, to watching the sun go down with the best views of any church in Melbourne. We’re so grateful for all of their support, and they’re in our prayers as they look to start up business again soon.

I am also grateful for the support of Shane Scanlan and the team at Docklands News. This monthly column has been a great privilege, and I hope it’s been fun to read!

We’d love to see you down at your local church one night. We’re at the Waterfront Room 6pm each Sunday night, and Hoyts Melbourne Central at 10am.

Blessings

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Comments

  • Bruce at 8:12pm on 11/11/10

    Let us take a moment to Thank Our Church Pastor Guy Mason for his Sermons, editorials and the City On Hill Church.

    God bless them all.

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