More About us and our church. 

We have a strong sense of community with love for one another as a church. People and children of all ages here are encouraged to learn about their own faith and the role of the church in our community and worldwide.
Maybe today, you have just started to explore more about the Christian faith, we would like to be apart of your journey and help you answer those many questions you may have. 
The mission of our church is to bring awareness of God’s Truth. If you wish to become a part of our chuch or a volunteer to help those in need, our community is awaiting you with our open hearts.

Our Vision

The members of this Church have a heart for mission. This includes reaching those who live in our local community and supporting mission that takes place at home and overseas.

Our prayer is that Findon Valley Free Church will increasingly become a vibrant all-age, worshipping fellowship where:

  • God continues to build His Church.
  • Everyone will feel welcome and able to integrate happily.
  • Where the unchanging message of the Gospel is communicated in words and actions that are relevant to our community today.

Our Mission

We aim, under God’s guidance and through the empowering of the Holy Spirit:

  • To glorify God in our worship, our service and in Christ-like living.
  • To reach Findon Valley and beyond with the love of God in Jesus Christ.
  • To bring people to commitment to Jesus Christ and to the membership in his family.
  • To bring believers to maturity in Christ and to equip them for their ministry in the Church and the World.

The Beginnings

The beginnings of our church go back to the late 1800’s when meetings were first held in a cottage in Nepcote, then in a Chapel built between 1875-80. In 1937 a process commenced to seek a more appropriate site in Findon Valley, and in November 1939 a sectional timber building was opened in Hill View Road. The site on which our church stands today was purchased in 1955, and the building opened in 1958.
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