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Sunday: Lord's Supper 9.30am. Family Service & Bible teaching 11.15am. Gospel meeting 5.30pm

Mackenzie Street Christian Assembly is a family orientated church with a healthy mix of all age groups.

Activities include a Homely Hour for the retired and elderly, Youth Group for young adults, a Kid's Club for primary school-aged children, and a Little Lights play group for the babes, pre-schoolies and their parents. For more details about these activities, please see the church contact details.

The Sunday Family Service includes a time of worship and sound bible teaching from a variety of speakers. Sunday School is also convened during this time. The Sunday evening service has a time of bright worship assisted by a talented group of musicians and singers, followed by a message that is gospel focused. All are welcome to come along and experience what a church family is all about!

316 McKenzie Street, Rangeville, 4350

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0438 062 771
http://www.cccaust.com/church.php?id=4026

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