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For over 30 years Southland Church has been a relatively small group of people from Batemans Bay gathering in many different locations over that time but having no permanent place to call home. With nothing but a love for Jesus and a focus on our community, we built a culture around our mission statement to be ‘A Church Without Walls’.
The Olive Tree

Our Community

After many years of faithfully serving our community, in 2019 we were able to complete a 4 year building project which saw us move into our custom built facility, ‘The Olive Tree’.
Over these more recent years, we have seen a level of growth and expansion as our reach and impact has increased throughout the Eurobodalla region, all the while holding onto our mission to be ‘A Church Without Walls’.
This phrase has taken on new meaning for us at Southland, as we continue our goal in “Removing the invisible walls that divide the church and the community”, and seek to empower our people to bring Jesus to their world.


Hospitality + Inclusion

Being a Pentecostal church, operating under the covering of Acts Global Churches, we believe that God has called us to be a contemporary Christian church that is built around a spirit of hospitality and inclusion, while celebrating Gods grace and gifts as we emphasise the personal relationship we have with Jesus.
There are many aspects to our church, from kids and youth programs, men’s and women’s groups, mid week ‘Circle’ groups, prayer meetings, overseas missional programs and more. We welcome you to explore our website through the drop down menu at the top of this page, or through our social media platforms.
We look forward to connecting with you more.

Garren and Cassia Walton

Lead Pastors
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