New Hope finds a new home

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Vineyard Christian Church, the new site for New Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church.

New Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church has found a new home in the suburbs of Western Sydney (NSW).

Established only three years and 10 months ago, New Hope was meeting in a university lecture theatre, however the church leadership is excited to be finally meeting in a purpose-built church.

The first Sabbath in the Vineyard Christian Church venue featured Pastor Adam Ramdin preaching a three-part series on the Protestant Reformation. Pastor Ramdin, host and creator of the Lineage series, travelled from the UK to preach to the more than 250 members who attended.

“The stories were incredible and the faithfulness of men and women serving God in dark times was a prophetic insight to where we as a Church are headed,” said New Hope pastor Lloyd Grolimund. “These were three of the finest sermons ever preached at New Hope.”

Pastor Adam Ramdin preaches on the Protestant Reformation.

The 800 capacity facility gives New Hope room to expand, as well as some of the facilities that are necessary for a church.

“God has blessed New Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church abundantly, this beautiful new church will allow us to grow and better reach the people of north-west Sydney,” said Pastor Grolimund, also known as the Aussie Pastor.

Since its inception, New Hope has also been involved in media ministry and the church’s mobile media van can plug straight into the high-tech church.

Worship at New Hope.

“New Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church is a media church,” said the church’s media director Andrew Hunt. “We broadcast our various services live each week to tens of thousands of viewers across the globe. New Hope has a strong social media presence and God is blessing our media ministry.”

The church is based at 357 Windsor Road, Vineyard. For more information, visit www.findjesus.tv.

Pastor Lloyd Grolimund, the Aussie Pastor in Sydney Harbour.
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