Grace Communion Australasia has congregations in the countries listed below. They are warm, vibrant, welcoming and friendly places where people know each other well and encourage one another in their Christian walk. 


Grace Communion International has congregations in the these locations around Australia.


We provide pastoral oversight for congregations in Mt. Wilhelm and Port Moresby. Infrastructure development at the Mt. Wilhelm facility has included the installation of solar power for the church-owned buildings in this remote part of the central highlands so the local congregation can have evening functions as an evangelical outreach to neighboring villages, which have no electric power. Water, agriculture and income projects feature in tandem with Biblical education and personal development for the entire community.


Our primary congregation is on the remote island of Ranongga which has no roads or electricity. A motor boat has been provided for the Ranongga congregation to allow them safe transit to the regional center of Gizo for supplies and mail, and to enable them to continue outreach and evangelism activities in this large town. A copra collection and re-sale facility had been established to support the church and help serve and fund outreach projects.


GCI congregations and small groups scattered through the length of the land, all committed to "Living and Sharing the Gospel" in their own communities; contact information, local and international mission and outreach activities

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New Zealand Local Congregation websites


We are a happy group of Christians seeking to know God better and to do His will in our lives.
We come from diverse backgrounds, and from all over Auckland, from Helensville and Silverdale in the north, to Mangatawhiri and Waiuku in the south. Our mission is to live and share the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ.
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The greatest concentration of members is on the island of Malekula where we have a life development program in the village of Rory. In addition to the church activities which focus on the annual Christian family festival, we have provided a self-contained water supply by building a large tank to contain rainwater harvested from the roof of the meeting hall, and a building for women’s activities and the promotion of economic livelihood activities. The New Zealand churches have provided long term funding and manpower in the development of these projects.


They are warm, vibrant, welcoming and friendly places where people know each other well and encourage one another in their Christian walk.