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29 June, 2018

We’re a mixed bunch! From babies to grandparents, from different backgrounds and life circumstances, including a network Persian believers. We believe we all benefit from experiencing a rich community where people from all walks of life can share and grow together.

Want to to find out more about membership?

Membership is open to those who have faith in Christ, have been baptised and are actively involved in the life of the church. Members are invited to meet on a regular basis to discern God’s direction for the church and to appoint the key leaders.

More info? See the linked pamphlet 'Let's talk about Membership' or email Simon.

Our History

In 1850, a group of Christians came together at Coromandel Valley to worship God. Their roots were mainly Wesleyan (which was later referred to as Methodist), Baptist and Congregationalist with family links back to the UK.

Refer the two linked documents for a history of events from 1850 to 2000 of the Wesleyan/Methodist/Uniting Church at Coromandel Valley (written by Max Winter) and a description of the main changes to the body life of Coromandel Valley Methodist/Uniting Church between 1965 and 2000 including the influence of the Youth Group and the charismatic renewal movement (written by Ray Elford).

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