Church of God In Darwin is based in Darwin City which is the capital city of Australia’s Northern Territory, which comprises one sixth of the continent.
Church of God In Darwin was formed by a group of Malayalee Pentecostal believers in early February 2011 as an independent church. Church of God In Darwin is the first and only Malayalee Pentecostal church in Darwin, Northern Territory.
In the beginning the service were held at 27 Kilfoyle Street, Nakara, Darwin at Pr. Minu Mathew’s Residence. During that time Pr. Daniel Philip was in Darwin on a visit to his son and family, who agreed to guide and support the church thus formed until he is available in Darwin.
In March 2011, Church of God In Darwin eventually moved in to Alawa Primary School, renting one of the classroom. Pr. Daniel Philip was the Pastor of the church till December 2011 and from thereon Pr. Minu Mathew Kurian was appointed as the Pastor of the Church.
As more families joined the Church in the coming months, God helped us in relocating the Church to one of the Lecture Room at Charles Darwin University, Darwin from Jan 2013.
Pr. Rockey Simon and family joined the Church from October 2013, who migrated to Darwin from United Kingdom. Pr. Rockey Simon is also actively taking part in grooming and leading the church with his experience as Pastor in UK and Kerala, India.
Our Ministries are designed to equip, empower and encourage every person to achieve their God given destiny in full measure of Life. It includes Sunday worship, Kids Church (Sunday School), Youth Programs, Cottage Meetings and Fasting prayers.
Each one of you is precious for God. Come along join us for worshipping our God almighty in spirit and truth.
Psalm 150, 1-6
Praise the Lord. Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heavens.
- Praise him for his acts of power; praise him for his surpassing greatness.
- Praise him with the sounding of the trumpet; praise him with the harp and lyre,
- Praise him with timbrel and dancing; praise him with the strings and pipe,
- Praise him with the clash of cymbals, praise him with resounding cymbals.
- Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise the Lord