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Worship Service 10am Sunday

Welcome To Village Church Dingley

 We meet  every Sunday in prayer at 31 Marcus Road, Dingley Village. 

Our office has moved.

We would like to invite you to join us each Sunday morning at 10am to our vibrant and relevant Worship Service that will Inspire you to Discover and Develop Life in Christ

Sermon Audio Reminder
Village Church has recently updated its sermon data base. 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, 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 November

29 November -  Ps Rodney Hole   

Speakers for December

  6 December - Andy Utley
13 December - Ps Rodney Hole
20 December - Ps Rodney Hole
27 December - Ps Rodney Hole                                                                                                                                                          



Saturday 28 November - 8am till 1pm at 7 Fiveways Boulevard, Keysborough - Lunch provided


Sunday 6 December at 12.30pm - 7 Fiveways Boulevard, Keysborough lunch


Friday 25 December at 9am - Harold Box Hall  christmas


All held at the Village Church office,
7 Fiveways Boulevard, Keysborough  


7am-8am -  Saturday 19 December


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

Women's Bible Study - Fortnightly

10am till 11.30am
10 December - Last for the year

Men's Bible Study - Fortnightly

10.30am - 12pm
Grasping God's Word
  4 December
18 December


Mens Group - Meets once a month on a Tuesday
6 till 9pm -7 Fiveways Boulevard
15 December - Last for the year

 See Events for more details

Missionary of the Month

This month we are praying for Tan YONE and Susan CHA


Working with Worldshare
in Myanmar


Tan YONE & Susan CHA


Prayer Points:

  • Their work to bring aid to extremely poor now flood ravaged areas of the Rakhine province where whole towns were swept away, families are homeless and spread of mosquito borne disease is a major concern.
  • For outreach to Muslim Rohingya people-stateless, world’s most persecuted minority, without legal rights or protection and subject to ethnic cleansing.
  • For the Primary School in a Buddhist village, where there was opportunity to share Christian testimonies with the students and teachers, many of whom have never heard of Jesus before.
  • For other villages, where the whole year’s crop of rice was destroyed. More than 700 bags of rice and close to ten thousand bottles of drinking water were distributed.
  • For travel mercies - just reaching flood affected areas is physically difficult. Many villages are in remote areas - reached after a 3 hour boat trip, 19 hours of driving.
  • Team invited to return & help students with live-in centres for poor students to continue their education. Pray for tuition classes provided by Christian tutors.

“Battling Your Greatest Enemy!”

We could summarize the previous post by simply stating that within conflict, the natural bent of our hearts is to look after and care for ourselves first. We naturally run from, avoid, or attack that which is a source of pain or contention in our lives. We find it extremely difficult to not retaliate in kind, to not avoid or slander the one who has done us wrong.

Our concern is never over the fact that this person has just sinned against almighty God! But rather it is always overly concerned about how this is impacting me. The simple conclusion then is, that our greatest enemy is not the one who seems to be causing the pain, but it is us; our own sinful hearts being laid bare and exposed by the trial (Mk. 7:15). Listen here for two detailed messages on this topic

More often than not, we react and respond to conflict with little thought as to how our response should, could and must please God. The result is, that those who are to love their enemies as Christ did live lives that are powerless, devoid of impact and in fact demonstrate that they themselves are not too different from the world

How is it that we can fortify ourselves against the weaknesses of our flesh? How can we respond as Christ responded? How can we have a love which is unconditional, which will enable us to love the unlovable?

Over the next few posts, we will take time to look at a number of truths, which will enable you to stand strong right in the midst of intense conflict.

First: Preach the Gospel to Yourself!

The parable of the two debtors in Matthew 18 portrays the man who is forgiven an insurmountable debt and who goes out and immediately seeks justice.......

For the Glory of Christ

Rodney Hole

Senior Pastor

Village Church

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Sundays at 10am

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

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