We are intent upon rediscoveringand experiencing the life and Power of New Testament Christianity
Welcome to our website.
The large old farm house on McKenzie Road has, for many years been the base for our church. It has a large meeting room and accommodation, which has been used by many friends from Canada, the US and the UK.
Many have contributed and played key roles in the function of the Fellowship House, but the principle hosts have remained Fred and Sheila Tomlinson.
Prior locating in Canada, the Tomlinson’s were involved with a network of Christian Fellowships and House Churches in the UK, where Fred spent much time preaching and teaching the word of God.
Since the spread of the Corvid virus, the ‘House’ with its busy day-to-day activity has changed dramatically.
However, the Lord has sovereignly opened doors for Fred’s ministry to be available on several internet platforms, including a large sermon website.
If the message you have found here has been a blessing to you, do tell others and share the link with them.
Each Sunday at 10-30am an increasing group gather via Zoom. It is a simple hour of fellowship, plus and opportunity to see each other’s faces and listen as Fred brings the word of God from Scripture.
If you are interested, you are very welcome to join us. Just add your name and e-mail address in the space provided at the bottom of this site and Peter Boyle will send you a ‘Zoom invitation.’
JOIN US--VIA ZOOM:
Each Sunday at 10-30am
Issues we consider to be important
The Christian life is not merely a lifestyle we are left to imitate--it is the actual life of Jesus-received and expressed through the ministry of the Holy Spirit,
2 Corinthians 4:10
The Gospel, ministered in the power of the Holy Ghost, will always carry a razor sharp cutting edge that will penetrate deep into the epicentre of a man's heart and conscience.
To avoid offending the unconverted, many teachers filter the message of the Cross, But it is offensive only to those who are perishing--to those being saved it is the power of God.
1 Corinthians 1:18
The natural man will always shun the idea of living a life of constant obedience to God. But to the true child of God, it is the key to true freedom and a life of joyful purpose.