Emmanuel — God with us

The Church exists on the earth for three fundamental reasons: to glorify God, to build up those who belong to Him, and to reach those who do not, with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

At Emmanuel we call this the 3E Mandate. Exalt. Edify. Evangelise. This is the purpose of the church and we live it out with a passion. We're about God and we're about people. All people. Emmanuel Church is one big multi-cultural multi-generational family that exists for the glory of God.

Have a look around our website. Our sermons are uploaded weekly. We'd love to connect with you in person, so find our address and contact details under Contact Us.

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What we believe

We believe in...

God … Eternal and Almighty, Triune (Father, Son and Holy Spirit), Creator, Saviour, Ruler and Judge.
Jesus Christ … who is God the Son, who is fully God and fully man, who lived a sinless life, was crucified, buried, resurrected, ascended and coming again.
The Holy Spirit … who is true God and proceeds from the Father and the Son. He is a real person and his work is as executive of the Godhead. He reveals Himself in both spiritual gifts and fruit.
The Bible … as inspired by God and written by men. It is the final authority for all matters of faith and practice.
The Creation … of the heavens and the earth includes both the physical and the spirit worlds. All creation is by Jesus and for Jesus.
Humanity … created in the image of God, both male and female.
The Sin and Salvation of mankind …

We believe that all have sinned and are in need of salvation. Salvation is a gift given by the grace of God and received by faith in Christ's atoning work.
The Church … which comprises of all born again believers. Its ministry is conducted by all its members as believer-priests. Its mission is conducted in the world.
The Last Things … including death and eternal judgment, the resurrection and eternal life, the Second Coming of Christ and the Millennium and the creation of a new heaven and a new earth

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