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The Apostolic Church ANC

Welcome to the All Nations Centre Kennington

a vibrant spirit filled church, committed to prayer, praise and people.




Sunday Church Service Times

9:15am | Morning Prayer Meeting10:00am - 12:00pm | Worship Service12:30pm | Afternoon Prayer Meeting1:00pm - 3:00pm | Worship Service

1st Sunday of the month
Communion Service | 10.00am

2nd Sunday of the month
Dedication of Babies | 1.00pm

3rd Sunday of the month
Communion Service | 1.00pm

Welcome to All Nation’s centre. We have our Family services on Sunday mornings. We look forward to seeing you there! 

The service involves a time of Praise and Worship and teaching from the Word of God.


If it is your first time you are most welcome, please do not rush away we have a hospitality area where you will be served refreshments.

Cell churches and prayer meetings are held in various locations across the city, on Thursdays and Fridays unless stated otherwise.


After the first service we have a small cabin outside where you can buy various snacks and cold drinks. Also outside the kitchen you can grab a hot drink to warm you up before the next service!

Book Shop

Not only do we have a fabulous book shop stocked with Bibles and other good quality books but we also have Legacy items still on sale.

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Missions Report: Find out what is happening around the world


Do you want to be a missional woman?

The ANC ladies annual weekend conference took place From Friday 11th to Sunday 13th October at the De Vere hotel, Old Windsor. The theme was ‘The Missional Women which has been the main focus point for the year.

For the weekend we were blessed to have Ruth Swift back again as the main speaker. Ruth has served with her husband in the ministry for an amazing thirty years and have led the church@1330 in Scoresby, Australia since 1998.  Ruth spoke on being equipped as a missional woman and being encouraged and released.  The message was simple yet powerful because it was a challenge to get out of our comfort zones and work hard for God.

Deaconess Diana Akinmboni delivered two excellent workshops on strategies for outreach. This involved demonstrating how  as woman  we can share our stories effectively at the workplace or on the streets.

Finally, Ruthann Cannings ( founder of Arise Ministry) was invited to speak on being missional and single. Her session was particularly insightful regardless of one’s status as she gave helpful, practical advice to help women keep pure and focused on God’s calling.

God really did speak during the weekend and we pray there will be many testimonies to come of the transformations that have occurred as a result of the encounters from the weekend.

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