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All Nations Fellowship

Mera and Monty started meeting at the basement of the Training College building, praying with two Indian friends each week. Within three months that number had grown to 15 people and now there around 40 people are involved.

Our congregation is made up of mostly Indian people (although other cultures are represented) living on the outskirts of the city. We meet on Tuesday nights for an hour of worship before participating in discipleship classes involving Bible teaching and lessons on God’s faithfulness. After sharing a meal, members are driven home so as not to be travelling alone at night.All nations fellowship

"We try to help the students as much as we can with practical things like English and grammar, as well as resumé preparation. This is secondary to our desire to see them come to know Jesus.

Establishing All Nations Fellowship is all new to us, but it is clearly what God wanted. Being from a non-English background, we have faced so many challenges but God is moving in our hearts. We prayed for God to overcome our obstacles and he opened a way. He has solved every problem."

 

5:45 pm-6:30 pm English classes

6:30 pm-7:30 pm Worship

7:30 pm-8:05 pm Discipleship

8:10 pm- Dinner

Location: The Salvation Army Training college
303 Royal Parade
Parkville 3052