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Roma’s Church of Christ

The Roma Church of Christ began its journey of faith with regular meetings on 16 October 1888. The Church was born from a visit from American Church of Christ evangelist Austin Mordaunt. 

A reminder of the long history of the church is the Congregational Bell, which was purchased by the church, along with the premises in Arthur Street, in August 1896. The Bell stands proudly at the entrance to the current building, located in Currey Street, which was built in 1991.

Roma Church of Christ is affiliated with Churches of Christ Queensland. There are around 70 Congregations in Queensland and around 450 across Australia. Each local church is autonomous and is led by a team of locally appointed leaders.

The Roma Church of Christ began its journey of faith with regular meetings on 16 October 1888. The Church was born from a visit from American Church of Christ evangelist Austin Mordaunt. A reminder of the long history of the church is the Congregational Bell, which was purchased by the church, along with the premises in Arthur Street, in August 1896. The Bell stands proudly at the entrance to the current building, located in Currey Street, which was built in 1991.

Roma Church of Christ is affiliated with Churches of Christ Queensland. There are around 70 Congregations in Queensland and around 450 across Australia. Each local church is autonomous and is led by a team of locally appointed leaders.

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