1972,we started out as a family gathering service called “Melbourne Chinese Christian Fellowship”
July 1973, in Kew, the church became the first bilingual Church service using Cantonese and Mandarin in Melbourne to minister to the congregations which includes immigrants and overseas students from South East Asia
September 1985, because of the growth of congregation, the church purchased the new premises in Glen Iris which is where we currently hold our English, Mandarin and Cantonese Sunday Worship Services.
1987, we started our English Service to minister to the next generation of English-speaking congregation
1991, on Easter Sunday, we started Hakka Service in Kew to minister especially to the Hakka and Mandarin speaking congregation
Early 1995, we started Melbourne Chinese Christian Church Chinese School
November 1997, due to the growing number of congregation speaking Mandarin or Cantonese, the Church changed from a bilingual service into separate Mandarin Service and Cantonese Service. From then onwards, the Church has four different languages worship services.