"Made Me Glad" Worship At New Hope Christian Fellowship
(formerly Hills Christian Life Centre) is a Pentecostal megachurch affiliated with Australian Christian Churches and located in Sydney, Australia. The church is headquartered at its "Hills" campus in Baulkham Hills' Norwest Business Park in the Hills District with another congregation, designated as the "City" campus, which is located in Waterloo, near Sydney's central business district. In 2009 a third Sydney campus, "South West", located in Campbelltown and a fourth interstate campus, in Mount Gravatt, known as the "Brisbane" campus were added. The church's senior pastors are Brian and Bobbie Houston, who started the church in Baulkham Hills in 1983, later to merge with Houston's father's church Sydney Christian Life Centre at Waterloo to form Hillsong Church.
Apart from the four main campuses, Hillsong Church currently has 15 extension services across Sydney. These extension services are based on either location or culture and rely on Hillsong Church for support and leadership. Hillsong Church's international offshoots include Hillsong Church London, in the United Kingdom, Hillsong Church Kiev in Ukraine, Hillsong Church Cape Town in South Africa and Hillsong Church Stockholm in Sweden. Hillsong services are also held in Paris, Berlin and Moscow.
Hillsong Music has topped Australian charts, with albums achieving gold and platinum sales status. Hillsong has made its mark internationally with many travelling to Sydney for the annual Hillsong Conference, which attracts over 28,000 people yearly, as well as the sales of albums and teaching and the international reputation of its leadership. The Hillsong Television program is seen in over 160 countries and Hillsong International Leadership College is attended by over 900 students from many different countries. Hillsong has a youth ministry; Fuel (Years 7-9), Wildlife (Years 10-12) and Powerhouse (Ages 18-25). Hillsong Church claims that over 20,000 people attend its services each week. (see also Darlene Zschech)
City Harvest Church
The church is a full member of the National Council of Churches, Evangelical Fellowship of Singapore and Festival of Praise Fellowship. It has multiple, multi-lingual weekend services at two locations, its church building in Jurong West and the Singapore Expo. In Singapore, it operates various internal ministries and five affiliate organisations and companies. Overseas, CHC serves as the spiritual resource centre for related churches based in Asia, and has active relationships with churches and bible schools in Asia, conducting joint conferences and seminars with them annually.
Gateway Worship Church
The group's 2008 release Wake Up the World reached #2 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart.