Best Churches in Sydney

Best Churches in Sydney
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Below is a list of the top and leading Churches in Sydney. To help you find the best Churches located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Sydney’s Best Churches:

Here are the leading Churches in Sydney:

  • Scots Presbyterian Church
  • Church Hill Anglican
  • Sydney Life Church

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Scots Presbyterian Church

Scots Presbyterian Church
Scots Presbyterian Church

Scots Presbyterian Church – The Scots Church is a historic Presbyterian church located at 42-44 Margaret Street on the corner of York Street, in the Sydney central business district, in the City of Sydney local government area of New South Wales, Australia. It was designed by Rosenthal, Rutledge & Beattie and built by Beat Bros in 1929.

Products/Services:

Mass Times, Catholic Church, Music, Events, Worship, Weddings, Anniversary, Baptisms, Bells and Bell-Ringing, Children & Youth Programs, VHoly Communion, Prayer Meetings

LOCATION:

Address44 Margaret St, Sydney NSW 200
Website: www.scotschurchsydney.org

REVIEWS:

“A very warm and friendly church. It has a great mix of older people, students and travelers. Classic Presbyterian church with a contemporary edge. I highly recommend it.” -Geoff Folland

Church Hill Anglican

Church Hill Anglican
Church Hill Anglican

Church Hill Anglican‘s vision is to see the people of the City of Sydney place their faith and hope in Jesus Christ, and then to see them transformed by the fullness of grace and truth found in him, filled with joy and peace in believing.

In January 1788 eleven ships carrying around 1400 people, including 786 convicts, arrived from England on the east coast of Australia to establish a penal colony. The Chaplain of the First Fleet was the Rev’d Richard Johnson and he conducted the first Christian service in Australia on 3 February 1788. St Philip’s is the custodian of Mr Johnson’s (First Fleet) Bible and Prayer Book.

The wattle and daub church built by Mr. Johnson in 1793 was burnt down in 1798. A new stone church, named St Philip’s, was opened in 1810, and this was replaced by the current building in 1856. Sydneysiders have been worshiping Jesus Christ as Lord on Church Hill for at least 2 centuries.

Products/Services:

Religious Organisation, Children’s Programs, Church, Events, Kid’s Ministries, Youth Ministries, Women Ministries, Young Adults Ministries, Men Ministries, Prayer Meeting & Care Ministries

LOCATION:

Address3 York St, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 9247 1071
Website: www.churchhillanglican.com

REVIEWS:

“Absolutely beautiful and it’s huge inside, Sydney Ensemble also performed too.” -Joe Tonga

Sydney Life Church

Sydney Life Church
Sydney Life Church

Sydney Life Church believe in teaching life transforming messages that grow individuals to Christian maturity. There is an emphasis on worship, the presence of God, and the power of the Holy Spirit at all of their services; as well as an expectation to receive healing or whatever God wants to accomplish.

They sense an urgency to help prepare the church today to become the church of tomorrow, not only in Australia but also internationally.

Their passion is to see this generation transformed through God’s word and His Spirit to impact society in every sphere of influence.

Products/Services:

Kids Ministries, Women Ministries, Men Ministries, Worship, Prayer, Art Group, Music

LOCATION:

Address2 Yeo St, Neutral Bay NSW 2088
Phone: (02) 8920 8377
Website: www.sydneylifechurch.com

REVIEWS:

“A True Apostolic Church. Worship is Spirit lead and Spirit filled. A place of Liberty in the Holy Spirit. The truth is taught. Word of Faith. Genuine fellowship and a real sense of God’s family. Beautiful people who love God and value being a part of His family.” -Edmund Koza