The Church

  This section looks at the impact that the Christian Israelite Church as an organisation has had throughout it's history.  When the Church was started religion was very polarised in society and generally members of non-orthodox denominations were not well regarded.  For example when the members at Sydney, in the fledging Australian colony of New South Wales, requested a government grant which offered pound for pound contribution towards the building of churches the government declined to pay any money as the Church was not amongst the recognised religions of the day. Over time through efforts of individual members and changing social values the Church is now recognised as a legitimate Christian denomination.


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