The Church of All Nations, believing in God’s love for all people, seeks to:

  • witness to the Christian hope in God’s transforming power
  • offer worship that is participatory, relevant and welcoming and
  • serve all its neighbours with justice and compassion

So that it may be a church for all of Carlton

About Us


Church of All Nations rejects negativity directed at Australian Muslims.
Our banner is more than just an aspiration; it is backed up with action. We want to tell our community, and particularly our Muslim neighbours, we are committed to a harmonious and diverse Carlton in which there is interreligious tolerance and respect.
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Situated right beside the Carlton estate, The Church of All Nations has a long history of supporting the residents of Carlton. We offer emergency support, women’s programmes, a homework club, a No Interest Loans scheme, computer classes, and a drop in space.
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Worship services:
Family worship at 10 AM on Sunday
7:45 on Wednesday.
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Street address of the Calrton Church of All Nations
180 Palmerston St
Carlton, Victoria
AUSTRALIA
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Who Are Gentiles Today?

A major struggle exists within the Christian church as to how we are to understand non Christians. The struggle exists in two basic forms.

So one formulation of the issue is that those who believe and follow Jesus are saved, and all the rest – well they are damned and go to hell. And as a result the evangelical effort is to threaten hell so the non Christian may jump onto our side. All very clear – black and white. The other way of approaching the same issue is to ask whether God’s love extends to all – or is it merely limited to the faithful – the believers. So as we have been reminded in recent times that God is love; or that God so loves the world – this means that there is universal acceptance of people by God whether they are a member of the church, or of another faith, or a war criminal, or even of no faith, and by implication no one is really ever consigned to the fires of hell.

Are there boundaries to being a Christian, and does it matter? What happens for those who have never heard of Jesus and/or don’t follow, or don’t want to follow? Read more