Within the Pentecostal movement there are several denominations (or families of churches) and the Apostolic Church is one of these. It began as an outreach of the Welsh Revival in 1904-1905 and now has churches in over 50 countries. The Apostolic Church Australia started in Perth in 1929. The Apostolic Church values its Pentecostal, relational and missionary roots. These lie at the heart of who we are and determine both what we do and how we do it. The Apostolic Church Australia remains committed to the task for which it was birthed; reaching the lost, extending the influence of God’s kingdom on earth and equipping the saints for ministry. In some ways the Apostolic Church is no different from other denominations (e.g. Anglican, Uniting) as it holds to all the early creeds of historic Christianity and is in perfect harmony with Orthodox Christian doctrine. It is also in agreement with most other Pentecostal churches. Like them, it believes that worship should be vibrant and that God’s supernatural power is available for all Christians for daily living.
In 2017, Apostolic Church Australia was renamed Acts Global Churches. For more information about the denomination & its other churches see the website www.actsglobal.church.