Our church features friendly people, uplifting praise and worship and relevant, Biblical preaching. If you want to discover more about God and His purpose for your life or are looking for a church home, you are welcome to join us for one of our regular services.
The Potter's House Christian Church Hornsby is part of a worldwide fellowship of Pentecostal churches that started out as a small church movement in the '70s and has gone on to shake the nations...
Our fellowship began in the early 1970s, when a small church called the Potter's House in Prescott, Arizona, began to see an influx of hippies and young people from the wrong side of the tracks give their lives to Christ and turn their lives around.
The people were excited and hungry for God. The pastor of the church, Wayman Mitchell (left), began to train these young people for ministry within the church setting, emphasising character, Bible teaching, Biblical standards and discipleship, then planting them out to begin new churches in towns across the US.
The Gospel movement spread like wildfire. In the early 80s they sent a couple overseas to pioneer a new church in Perth, Western Australia. Today that church numbers in the hundreds and is planting new works nationally and internationally.
There are currently around 2600 Potter’s House Fellowship churches around the world, including more than a hundred across Australia...
God has a great plan for your life. We are committed to helping you discover and fulfil that plan.
We are dedicated to sharing the Gospel with our community, helping people enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and facilitating men and women's destiny in God.
Scott Maclean became a Christian in 1985. "Jesus Christ took my empty life and gave me forgiveness for my past and hope for my future," he said.
He married his wife Anna in 1992 and in 1994 they entered pastoral ministry in Victoria Park, Western Australia.
They were also missionaries in Jakarta, Indonesia, for three years and took over the pastorate of the Hornsby church in 2009.
"It has been rewarding to see people come to Christ, radically change and find new purpose," Pastor Maclean said.
"The people in our church are among the friendliest and most caring you could meet and we are excited to see what God is going to do next."