Village Church Dingley Village Church Dingley Village Church Dingley Village Church Dingley

Worship Service 10am Sundays at 31 Marcus Rd, Dingley Village

Welcome To Village Church Dingley

We are pleased you have reached our website.Feel free to visit our pages and learn a little more about us. We are inviting you to join us each Sunday morning at 10am for a vibrant and relevant Worship Service which will                                                                                                                                                                           "Inspire You To Discover And Develop Life In Christ"


Meet our

Ministries Leaders


Sermon Audio

We are extremely excited to offer you a place where you can listen to our most recent Sunday morning messages, or any within our growing database. All you have to do is click on the Sermons tab. 
Alternatively, you can download the app for your device and follow Village Church there.
As well as Village Church's Sermons, you can listen to a wide variety of well known speakers who soundly preach and teach the Word of God.
Enjoy listening and may God bless you abundantly.
"I will meditate on your precepts and fix my eyes on your ways. I will delight in your statutes; I will not forget your word." Psalm 119:15-16

 

Speakers For June

   4 jun - Andrew Weston
11 Jun - Guest Speaker Chandran Kadambavaram
18 jun  - Ps Rod Hole

25 Jun - Ps Rod Hole


Programs and Events

Find out about the various programs and events Village Church offers to help bring you closer to God.

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MONTHLY OPEN PRAYER TIMES

7am to 8am and 9am to 10am -

17 June - 7 Fiveways Blvd

WEEKLY PRAYER TIMES

Every Wednesday morning - 10am - 11am 

Everyone is welcome to come and join in a time of prayer for each other,
our Church and our Community - 7 Fiveways Blvd

Missionaries of the Month

June 2017

Tim and bronwyn Perry - Working with ACC International Thailand

tim

 

Prayer Points

Gospel enemy No1: Self righteousness

"Being ignorant of the righteousness of God, and seeking to establish their own, they did not submit to God's righteousness. For Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes" Romans 10:3-4
There are many times when we fail to lean the books of our lives - our spiritual and temporal activities - On the first bookend of Christ's righteousness and instead trust in our own righteousness. Our books may start tipping over whenever we look in the mirror and wonder " How well am I doing at personal obedience?" when we respond by resting in the assurance that we're successful enough, we harbor self-righteousness, which is Gospel enemy No 1. And when we respond with anxiety over the inadequacy of our performance, we harbor persistent guilt, Gospel enemy No 2.
Self-righteousness is an ugly word. it's associated with snobbery, conceit and a holier-than-thou attitude. We find such behavior repulsive, and we should. Yet when we assess self-righteousness at this level, we're considering it merely in terms of human relationships. The self-righteousness we refer to in this book goes deeper. It's a self-righeousness toward God. it's as if we tell Him " I'm doing so well; surely I deserve Your blessing, You owe it to me." Most of us would not actually venture to say something so presumptuous as that to God. But we essentially make this very statement whenever we depend on our own performance."
Excerpt taken from "The Bookends Of Christian Life" by Jerry Bridges

Join Us

Sundays at 10am

Village Church Dingley
Harold Box Hall
31 Marcus Road
Dingley Village, VIC 3172