Maybe it’s your first time ever to a church or you haven’t been for a long time. It certainly helps if you can get an idea of what’s going on. Exchange Church meets every Sunday at the Shepparton Senior Citizens Centre. Look out for our “A” frame signs – one on Welsford St and Fryers St intersection, and one at the front door. We have a great facility which is comfortable and convenient. We love getting together to sing about Jesus and then to open up the Bible. We open up the Bible to discover more about Jesus so that our lives can reflect His greatness into the world and that we can be fulfilled as people. We will hear great stuff to help us become better people, better spouses, and better parents and have a healthier community.
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In Christ alone through faith alone according to the scriptures alone we receive Christ’s Grace alone for the forgiveness of our sins for no other reason than for God’s Glory alone.
The core of the Christian faith is that all Christian doctrines are centred on Christ. We as a church each week open the Bible to study the scriptures to understand with clarity the message revealed to us. We believe the Bible is the living Word of God in which the very words are meant to speak to the heart of our lives in all aspects.
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We are genuinely filled with joy because of Jesus and excited that we can get together. We also understand that not everybody has the same week, could be good, could be not so good. So we are there for each other.
“ Preach the word; be ready in season and out of season; reprove, rebuke, and exhort, with complete patience and teaching”
– 2 Timothy 4:2 –
Anybody and everybody. Our doors are open wide to whoever would like to come and check us out. We don’t care where you’re from, or what you have done, or not done. You may not even know anything about God at all, doesn’t matter your welcome. Please come and visit us!
“And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers”
– Acts 2:42 –
Basically wear whatever you feel comfortable in.
“To him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.”
– Ephesians 3:21 –
We start at 4 pm and finish about 5:15 pm approximately. We all like to hang out for a chat and chill over some coffee as well, so we do that after the meeting is over…but….Currently during Covid we are unable to serve drinks, this will be returning as soon as we are allowed to.