Concerns, Mission Statement and Philosophy


To see our con­gre­ga­tion come into the full­ness of who they were cre­ated to be in Christ and to see them ful­fill the commission and make dis­ci­ples of Nations. We are con­cerned that cor­rect doc­trine is taught in church and we will not neglect top­ics such as sin, repen­tance, hell and the Wrath of God! Our con­cern is to see Chris­tians pray­ing and inter­ced­ing for the lost, as well as telling them about Jesus.

Mission Statement

Blessed Hope Chapel South Aus­tralia was planted for the pur­pose of prepar­ing believ­ers for the last days. Our pas­sion is to wor­ship Jesus in Spirit and Truth, as Jesus is the reason we are saved from God’s wrath. Prayer and thanks­giv­ing is our first priority as is preach­ing doctrinally accurate sermons with the cross of Christ as the centre of our mes­sages. At Blessed Hope Chapel South Aus­tralia we dis­ci­ple, teach and encour­age our con­gre­ga­tion to wor­ship, walk in holi­ness, turn from sin and believe God for answers to prayer. Pas­torally, we endeavor to grow, nur­ture and sup­port Chris­tians so as to ful­fill their God given pur­pose on this earth. We submit to the Lord Jesus Christ in all things, with the Holy Spirit as our Senior Partner.


This is our per­sonal belief of how our church will func­tion both in pub­lic and pri­vate and how it will be governed.

  • We are to walk in holi­ness and encour­age oth­ers to walk in holi­ness, for only the holy will see the Lord (Hebrews 12:14).
  • To live a life of prayer and encour­age oth­ers to do the same.
  • To die daily from a life of sin and encour­age oth­ers to do the same.
  • To be dili­gent in all that we do, with a spirit of excellence.
  • To be an exam­ple of Chris­tian­ity to believ­ers and non-believers.
  • To seek the Lord before every deci­sion and to per­fect the art of wait­ing for and trust­ing in Him.
  • To be rel­e­vant and approach­able to this gen­er­a­tion and to pray for unity among the body of Christ.
  • We com­mit to rais­ing up lead­ers in the body of Christ and help­ing them dis­cover who they are in Jesus.