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Welcome to Eastgate on cyberspace! Our church is all about people, and we have a great diversity of ethnicity, age, and experience. Pastor Allan Taylor (our senior pastor) often says that Eastgate is a place for every age and stage and our heart is to see every person feel like they’re at home when they pop into our place. We’re sure you’ll find a place to belong. Check out the website for the latest podcasts, find out more about the kind of groups we have here and if you’d love to get involved with us, there is more information below about how you can reach us. There are lots of good people to read about and great things here so be sure to keep reading and click on a few other tabs up the top for even more good stuff. We’d love to meet you face-to-face sometime!
Whether you’re new to Eastgate or have been coming for a while and want to find out more about how you can get connected, here’s where you’ll find what you need. We’re all on a journey to becoming more like Jesus; love God, love each other and build His church. What’s your next step?
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PS: Our Podcast page has all our previous sermons if you’d like to catch up on this series and more.
The Presence of the Holy Spirit
Meet some of our Team
Allan & Lynette
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Elijah House is a week-long training school in prayer ministry. It is our hope that attending this course will help you receive prayer ministry and become more confident in praying for others.read more
The story of the prodigal son has been one of my favourite stories in the Bible as a young Christian. It tells of a God whose love is so great and unconditional He gives it to anyone who comes to Him (or comes back to Him) regardless of the ugliness and the gravity of his or her sin.read more
From the passage in John 12, two major principles stand out as hallmarks of the Kingdom of God that Jesus inaugurated that first Easter.read more