We believe that life only makes sense in Jesus Christ.

In other words, our most important questions about life can only be properly untangled through a personal relationship with the historical person of Jesus of Nazareth. 

Jesus' life, death and resurrection are the greatest events ever to happen in human history. They are essential for understanding how to live our lives today.

We are big on learning from the Bible.

We are a Bible-teaching church; our normal pattern in our preaching and mid-week small groups is to work bit by bit, chapter by chapter through a book of the Bible.

Why do we do that?

Because we believe that it is only by learning from The Holy Scriptures that we can come to a right understanding of ourselves, God's character and his will for our lives. Our sin often makes our own opinions about God crooked; but the Bible, as God's inerrant words to us, has remain unchanged for millennia. It acts like a set of spectacles to help us see ourselves and God rightly, and so is our final authority on matters of God, faith and life.

Our Vision

The Point Community Church exists to spread a passion for God's glory by being a growing, church-planting church on the mid-north coast of NSW.

Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ.

We do this by proclaiming the gospel of his life, death and resurrection as we hear the Bible taught and preached.

Our five church purposes are:

 1. TREASURE Jesus & His Gospel
 2. GROW in Jesus & His Gospel
 3. SERVE  Jesus & His Gospel
 4. BELONG to Jesus & His Church
 5. To see people SAVED by Jesus



We’re also working with other churches in our network to plant more churches up the coast.

What We Believe

The following is a list of our core doctrinal beliefs as found in Scripture.

We believe that the visible church is the gathering of believers around Christ in his word. It is a community of people intended by God to bear witness to him and actively seek the extension of his rule. Within its community both men and women are to seek proper expression of their gifts as they work to build the church in love. The Bible makes clear that in church leadership, as in marriage, the roles of men and women are not interchangeable. We are committed to expressing the differences within relationships of mutual dependence.

We believe that there is one unique and eternal God, who exists in an everlasting loving relationship of Father, Son and Spirit – one God in three persons. God is sovereign in all things: including creation, revelation, redemption, judgement and the establishing of his kingdom. As sovereign loving creator and redeemer, he is worthy of all glory, honour and praise.

We believe the Holy Spirit is co-equal with the Father and the Son, and indwells all true believers. His role is to bring glory to Jesus Christ, thus making Jesus Christ central in all things. The Spirit works to illuminate believers’ minds to grasp the truth of the Bible, producing in them his fruit, granting them his gifts and empowering them for service. He grants his gifts for the purpose of service, not self indulgence. Their use is determined—not by personal desire for fulfilment, or satisfaction — but by the principle of building the church. Not every gift of the Spirit is given to the church at every moment of its life, only those necessary for building Christ’s body.

We believe that men and women together are created in the image of God, and therefore enjoy a unique dignity in creation and a unique relationship with God. Men and women together have dominion over the created order. Tragically, human nature is universally sinful since 'the fall' and all are guilty before God. This leaves us under the wrath and condemnation of God. We are unable, without the prior regenerative work of God’s Spirit, to turn ourselves to God.

We believe that Jesus Christ was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. He is both fully God and truly human. He entered fully into human experience. He endured temptation and he suffered and died. He was perfectly obedient to God his father. Jesus took on himself the consequences of human sin. He died and was buried. On the third day he rose from the dead bodily and is now exalted as ruler over all. He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead.

We believe that there is no other way to know God except that he reveals himself to us. The Bible is God’s revelation to us. The words of the Bible are divinely inspired and infallible, as originally given, and have supreme authority in all matters of faith, conduct and experience. The Bible is sufficient for knowing God. It is not only central to the wellbeing of the church but is able to thoroughly equip the Christian community for life and godliness.

There is only one name under heaven by which we can be brought into relationship with God: the name 'Jesus Christ'.

It is only through the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ, as our representative and substitute, that the guilt, penalty and power of sin can be removed.  In that death, God demonstrates his love to us most perfectly and establishes his victory over Satan and all his foes.

The work of the Holy Spirit is necessary to make the death of Jesus effective in an individual's life.  The Spirit enables the sinner to repent and put their faith in Jesus Christ, so that salvation is entirely of God's grace, through faith alone, and not of human merit or works.

Although we enjoy now the blessing of union with Christ and secure relationship with God, we await the final consummation of our hope with the return of Christ, the resurrection of our bodies and life with him eternally.