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Our sermons help you to apply the Bible’s truths to your everyday life and get to know God’s purpose for your life.

Mt Albert Baptist is a place to connect with God and others, grow in your faith, and get involved - we’re a church that likes to make a difference by engaging with the world around us so that others can experience God’s love.

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Lessons from the Wilderness 4: The Devil's Last Play

What is there that could have the power to trip up the people of God after 40 years of preparation? What can we do in times of temptation?

Lessons from the Wilderness 3: Only fools and donkeys

Are we trying to get God onto our path, or are we trying to get on God's path?

Lessons from the Wilderness 2 : What we drank to at Beer.

Numbers 21 : In this second sermon from the series, Pastor Steve talks about moving from expecting God to do everything for us to working together with God.

Lessons From the Wilderness: The Waters of Meribah

In this series, we return to the book of Numbers, picking up in chapter 20. As we prepare to move into our new church building, Pastor Steve considers what it takes to spiritually prepare to move forward.

Finding Strength in the Power of Prayer

If God is all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-loving, why do we bother praying at all? Pastor Steve takes a look at what the Bible has to say about the importance of prayer.

Does God Care for These People?

In the face of hundreds of millions of people who live in apparently hopeless
circumstances, Steve asks, “Why doesn’t God do something”, and “What good can I do?”

Expect Great Things. Attempt Great Things.

Steve considers what it means to answer the call of God; to, in the words of William Carey, "Expect great things of Him, and attempt great things for Him" with reference to Abraham in Hebrews 11.

Being Called

Guest speaker Paul Windsor kicks-off Mission Month by drawing attention to the importance of solidarity in the global church.

Light To The World

Pastor Steve discusses the Mt Albert Baptist's upcoming events and how it ties into our church's vision for hospitality and connecting with the community.

What John really said

The Gospel of John. What did John say about God and Jesus - and why does it matter?

Our Values

Connect (Upward)

We are a welcoming church community for anyone to get to know God and his plan for their life.

Relate (Withward)

We believe life change happens best in community, when we can learn from and encourage each other.


Grow (Inward)

We want to be transformed into the individuals and community that God dreams for us.

Engage (Outward)

We like to make a difference by engaging with the world around us so others can experience God’s love.

Latest NewsFrom Mt Albert Baptist

25Jul

MABC Building Update July 2019

We’re super excited to see progress on Mt Albert Baptist’s main auditorium, to re-establish the church on its cornerstone site. The building is expected to be complete in the first half of 2020.

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StoriesFrom Mt Albert Baptist

What’s the nicest thing anyone has ever done for you?

We asked our international pastor Rob Lovatt the question, and this is his story.

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The beauty of a quiet place

Amidst the hectic pace of life, Jackie Wise finds a sweet spot.

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A marriage saved

Murray and Sue Wagener want to share their story of marriage on the rocks and how God stepped in to pick up the pieces, to give others hope.

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A new start

Here’s a story about a life impacted by a family’s kindness and an Easter Camp 40 years ago.

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Note on a plane

A chance encounter with a stranger set Bill and Jean Morley’s life on a different course 50 years ago. This is their story.

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