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Christmas Services at Planetshakers Church. A Beacon of Hope in Troubled Times: Embracing the Christmas Spirit

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A Beacon of Hope in Troubled Times: Embracing the Christmas Spirit

Planetshakers Church Christmas Day Service 9.00am and 11.00am

400 City Road Southbank VIC 3006 Australia

Melbourne Australia – Amidst the challenges and uncertainties of our times, Planetshakers invites everyone to rediscover the enduring hope and peace at the heart of Christmas. As we approach this sacred season, our message is one of unyielding faith and comfort found in the birth of Jesus Christ.

In a world grappling with crises and anxieties, from war, global health concerns to social and economic upheavals, the true essence of Christmas becomes even more relevant and vital. "The story of Christmas is a reminder of God's unwavering love and presence in our lives, especially during times of trial," says Pastor Rudy Nikkerud, Chief Pastoral Officer, Planetshakers Church.

"It's a time to hold onto faith, seek solace in community, and find strength in the message of hope brought by Jesus Christ."

Planetshakers church is committed to being a source of support and compassion during this season through its Empower food relief centres across Victoria.

We also encourage individuals and families to engage in acts of kindness and support for those impacted by ongoing food and cost of living crises. "Let this Christmas be a time where we not only celebrate but also extend a helping hand and a listening ear to those around us," adds Pastor Nikkerud.

This Christmas, let us come together in faith and solidarity, embracing the true meaning of the season – a celebration of hope, peace, and God's everlasting love through Jesus Christ.

For detailed information about our Christmas events, services, and community support activities, please visit






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