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We are a community of believers who are very passionate about the things of God and with a passion for people, our community and our world. Our culture is characterized by worship, pursuing the presence of God, promoting personal renewal and life transformation, promoting family and empowering people to walk in the Spirit.

We are a multi-generational church, a community of folk of all ages and backgrounds with a heart for families and with a strong emphasis on being salt and light and representing God well in our community. In health and education, business and retail, social services and many other organisations, as well as in our neighbourhoods and in sports and recreation.

Our Community
We network with other Richmond and Waimea churches to search out God’s strategies and pursue his plans for building his church in our community and districts.
Meet the team
Pastors Ross and Yvonne Ferguson
Senior pastors

Ross Ferguson and his wife Yvonne have been pastoring the Richmond Community Church for twenty years, while at the same time continuing in their individual careers as a Dentist and Physiotherapist respectively. They have three married children and twelve grandchildren and lead the church with a strong emphasis on families and also promoting and leading short term Health Missions teams to many different countries.

Anton and Julie

Anton Cochrane and his wife Julie have been involved in Richmond Community Church for over 25 years. Anton leads the ‘Firestarters’ and ‘Kingdom Culture’ ministries which are about helping people discover their God-given gifts and to learn to walk in their God-given identity and purpose.

Dave & Jackie Sampson

Dave, his wife Jackie and their four children have been part of the Richmond Community Church since 2002 and greatly enjoys being part of four generations with the church.

Dave is an experienced teacher whose passion is to see people equipped and released to live a life full of purpose. In his words ‘I believe in the church and want to show my commitment to its direction and future’.

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