|Denomination||Australian Christian Churches (Pentecostal)|
|Senior pastor(s)||Michael and Valery Murphy|
Shirelive Church (formerly Christian Growth Centre) is a Pentecostal Christian church affiliated with Australian Christian Churches, the Australian branch of the Assemblies of God denomination. The church's main campus is located in the commercial district of Sutherland, a Southern suburb of Sydney, Australia, in the local government area of the Sutherland Shire. It also has two smaller congregations located in Surry Hills and Brighton-Le-Sands. The church's senior pastors are Michael and Valery Murphy, who took over leadership in 1995. Michael is also a member of the National Executive of the Australian Christian Churches, which oversights more than 1,100 churches.
The church was founded in 1957 by Pastor Norman Armstrong  the church grew to a size of 300 and remained small for a several decades. In the 1980s, a new building to cater for 600 people was constructed. It has since been demolished and replaced with the Shirelive Convention Centre.
In 2007  the church undertook a building project which consisted of stage one, major demolition of existing auditorium, youth centre with the construction of a new 1090 seat convention centre.
Shirelive Church runs many different ministries in addition to weekend services and events.
Shirelive Kids is the children's ministry of Shirelive Church. Shirelive Church provides a children's program for all weekend services at the Sutherland & Surry Hills campus.
Shirelive Youth is the youth ministry of Shirelive Church.
- Ignite (Years 6 to 8)Friday night
- Impact(Years 9 to 10)Friday night
- Red Inc (18-25)Tuesday night
Shirelive Adults runs social events & gatherings.
- HQ (Headquarters) (25-35)
- Nexus (40+)
See Change Community Services
Sea Change is a not for profit service run by Shirelive Church for the benefit of the community,which includes:
- Shirelive medical centre
- Esteem (Self esteem help for women)
- Unlimited (addictions counseling)
Reach is the annual outreach day for the church where members go out into the community renovating houses, washing cars & supporting people in need 
Bushfire benefit concert
On the 28/02/2009 Shirelive Church hosted a bushfire benefit concert which raised $33000  for the victims of the Victorian Bushfires. Many big names attended including Shannon Noll, Kasey Chambers, Beccy Cole, New Empire, Jason Stevens, Glenn Wheeler, and several Australian Idol finalists.
Extension services 
Shirelive Church operate two extension services through Shirelive//BAYSIDE in Brighton-le-Sands, Sydney, under Pastors Shane and Sarina Martin, and Shirelive//CITYSIDE in Surry Hills, Sydney, under Pastor Kristy Rigg.
See also 
- Charismatic Movement
- Assemblies of God
- Australian Christian Churches
- List of the largest churches in Australia
- Churches affiliated with Australian Christian Churches
-  Fairfax newspapers 28/02/2009.