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I decided to go to the evening church service before colour conference and I was in creditable the atmosphere was out of this world the love of God in worship was amazing and you felt at home even though you weren't from that church. One...More
When we entered the church, we found so many people. No on could go into the sanctuary until everything was ready.
We started with a praise worship. Everyone in the sanctuary were singing with joy.
Pastor Brian preached a great topic: Don’t worry about the...More
took train to central station where there is a shuttle bus to church.
should have more signs to direct people.
had a great time worshipping our Lord and also listening to His word expounded.
while the website encourages visitors, etc. we didnt not feel warmly...More
Beautiful people and great worship. Teaching was spot on. Loved it! Every time I went complete strangers blessed me with a cup of coffee. Outside the church they have pizza, burgers, and great coffee for sale at kiosks. There is a shopping center a few...More
While visiting Sydney my girlfriend and I visited hillsong on Mother's Day with some friends. I really enjoyed it and being a person who doesn't attend church I was pleasantly surprised. The performances were entertaining and the production value was awesome. The message the pastor...More
We take UBER to go here from Sydney CBD so we can arrive early.
If you want cheap alternative, you may take Hillsong Bus Shuttle at Peralta.
I followed 9AM Service, which is recommended for Indonesian people because there is translation available. But the translation...More
My visit to Hillsong Church started out well. On entering the church, I was faced with a phalanx of leaflets and brochures, all promising that I would "find God". Alas, despite a 90-minute search, he wasn't in evidence anywhere. No amount of frantic gesticulation or...More
We went to the Hills Campus on the 1st day of the year. We rode the courtesy bus in front of Max Brenner Cafe in front of the Parramatta Station. Since it was a holiday, the bus was full. When you get there, the ushers...More