Parramatta Australia

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Parramatta Potters House was the first fellowship church on the Eastern side of Australia. It now hosts the annual week long NSW Bible Conference which is usually held in September of each year.





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Basic Information

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Rob and Ann Walsh.

Name: The Potters House Christian Fellowship Parramatta

Location: Parramatta

Origin: Prescott plant

Year church Active::Established: OpeningYear::1985

Pastor: Robert Walsh

Assistant: Darren Munzone

Church Address:

Corner of Barney and Castle Streets

North Parramatta NSW Australia

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Parramatta Potters House from Castle street.

Service Times: Sunday: 10.30am and 6.30pm; Wednesday: 7.30pm

Phone Number: +61 2 9671 3583 or 0404 489 878

Email: robert.walsh @ pottershouse.com.au (without the spaces)

Official Web Site: http://www.pottershouse.com.au

Fellowship Web Site: Christian Fellowship Ministries

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Pastoral History

This is a detailed listing of all pastors for this church.

Launched By: Came From: Arrival Date First Location Departure Date Last Location Surname First Name Wife's Name Photo
Location Location Date Manly 1990 Merrylands Reece Dale Jan 100px
Beechboro Bunbury April, 1990 Merrylands Currently Serving Northmead Walsh Robert Ann 100px

Evangelists

This is a detailed listing of all evangelists who have operated from this church.

Start Date Came From Last Date Went To Surname First Name Wife's Name Photo
1999 Campbelltown 2002 Beechboro Elliott Daryl Jillian 100px
date place April 2011 Suva Fiji Gibson Rod Tyanne 100px
date Campbelltown Currently Serving N/A Lorkin Alex Carissa 100px

Directly Linked Churches

Parent Church:

Prescott

Planted and Daughter Churches: (in Chronological order)

Blacktown (19XX), Windsor (20xx), Eastwood (2007), Bankstown (2008), Fairfield, Maroubra (2011)