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Welcome to

INTERNATIONAL REFORMED EVANGELICAL CHURCH MELBOURNE

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENT

Due to the spreading of COVID-19 and lockdown policy in Melbourne, IREC Melbourne has made the decision to have several changes to our Sunday service and other meetings.

SUNDAY SERVICE THIS WEEK WILL BE HELD BOTH ONSITE AT CHURCH AND ONLINE.

Morning Service at 9.30am (Indonesian).

Afternoon Service at 12.30pm (English).

Please register here to attend the services physically or join online through our livestream channel.​

Prayer meeting in Indonesian is held both onsite at church and online every Wednesday at 7:00pm.

Prayer meeting in English is held only online every Thursday at 7:00pm.

Click here if you want to join the prayer meetings online.

Sunday morning prayer meeting is held before morning service at 9.10am.

FEATURED  EVENTS

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IREC MELBOURNE CHURCH CAMP 2021

 

We are planning to have a retreat for the whole church members as well as our families, relatives, friends and visitors.

Theme    : Christ, Crisis & Church Mission

Date       : 23 - 26 September 2021

Venue     : CYC The Island

                 41 53 Church Street,

                 Cowes VIC 3922

Contact   :

Heni (0421 435 605)

Mira (0406 101 231)

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VBS CHRUCH CAMP 2021

Given the many persecutions faced by Christians around the world in this day and age, the VBS team has prayerfully selected Kids of Courage as this year's program.

Through various bible stories, real-life testimonies and songs, it is hoped that children will gain an appreciation of challenges faced by fellow believers past and present, as well as the understanding of what it means to follow Christ faithfully.  

This VBS will be held concurrently with the IREC Melbourne Retreat from Thursday 23 September - Sunday 26 September 2021
with the following classes: 

Lower Class  (Kinder 3 - Year 1)

Upper Class (Year 2- Year 6)

LATEST BOOK REVIEW

The Holy Trinity

Robert Letham

When it comes to the doctrine of the Trinity, evangelicals have underachieved. In The Holy Trinity Robert Letham helps to redress this shortcoming. He offers a well-researched volume about "the One who is utterly transcendent and incomprehensible." After examining the doctrine’s biblical foundations, the author traces its historical development through the twentieth century, and engages four critical issues: the Trinity and (1) the incarnation, (2) worship and prayer, (3) creation and missions, and (4) persons.