Lighthouse Chapel International Australia (now Mustard Seed Chapel International, in view of the introduction of the United Denominations of the Lighthouse Group of Churches (UD-OLGC)) was started in March 2000 by Reverend Peter & his lovely wife Lady Pastor Lilian Nsowah who were missionaries sent to Australia from London, UK. The services were held on Sunday mornings and Tuesday night at Toongabie Public School.
As the church began to grow the meetings were moved to Granville Public School. In the following years more members and branches were added to the LCI Sydney (e.g. Blacktown branch). Then in 2005 LCI Sydney Aparche moved to a permanent building in Cowper Street in Granville, marked by a special opening event by Bishop EAT Sackey.
In the 3 years at Cowper Street, LCI Aparche Sydney hosted powerful men and women of God such as Bishop Eddy Addy, Bishop Richard Aryee and our dear mother Lady Reverend Adelaide Heward-Mills.
At the end of 2008, the Aparche moved to George Street in Granville. Since moving there, we have been visited by Reverend Andy Osei, Reverend Oko Bortei-Doku, and Bishop Emmanuel Nterful in 2009.
Sadly also in 2009 we farewelled our Reverend Peter and Lady Pastor Lillian Nsowah who have just started an LCI branch in India. However we also welcomed a powerful man of God, Reverend Kristoffer Yemoh from LCI Jamaica who is now our Senior Pastor.
At the beginning of 2013, the Aparche moved to Hallstrom Place in Wetherill Park. In 2015, it moved locations to Crescent Street in Holroyd. Again in November 2016, the church moved to its current location on First Avenue in Blacktown.