about usCentre Campus
Centre Campus, 46 Lhotsky Street, Charnwood ACT
Sean & Lynda Stanton
About Centre Campus
Formerly Canberra Assembly of God, we commenced in 1964 with 6 people, our first meeting being held in the Albert Hall. In April 1974, a multi-functions hall and office were built at Cook to house the growing congregation and to give it a more permanent home.
In 1986, the original vision to have a congregation in the north and south of Canberra was accomplished with the planting (out of the Cook congregation) of a church in the Tuggeranong Valley. In January 1994, a sanctuary was built and in 1996, multiple services were started to accommodate the exciting growth.
In 2000, it was envisaged that the enlarged facilities would need to be realised soon, once again to provide much needed extra room as we continued to grow and impact our community and beyond. In October 2001, we moved into the miracle building God provided for us - the former Charnwood High School, now called ‘OUR CENTRE’ Campus.
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about usCity Campus
Palace Electric Cinema, Phillip Law Street, New Acton
Ricky & Katie Diou
About City Campus
As the congregation grew at our Centre Campus, we saw the need for a second morning service. Rather than have it at the same location, we chose to have it closer to the city, where it would cater for those living nearby and the growing number of University students who were finding it difficult to get transport to and from our Centre Campus at a suitable time on a Sunday.
Anyone from universities or the workforce across the generations and nationalities will enjoy the vibrant style of worship service at our City Campus.