Fini de Gersigny head pastor of Jubilee Church Sydney Australia – highly deluded

Isi de Gersigny – likes to get out there

Isi de Gersigny – false prophetess

Several times during the seven years I spent at Jubilee Church in Waverley Sydney Australia, co-head pastor Isi de Gersigny, Fini de Gesigny’s wife, shared about how “God had led her” to roar very loud like a lioness while leading Christian worship at a combined leaders meeting in South Africa.

This is an example of the kind of out-there spiritual behaviour that Fini and Isi de Gersigny feel is good and ok as Christian pastors. I write about this and other examples of errant spiritual behaviour by Fini and Isi de Gersigny’s life that I’ve written about, on this my personal blog-site, with great sadness.

Fini and Isi de Gersigny are nice friendly polite well-brought-up South Africans, who came to Sydney Australia twenty years ago to try to save the affluent Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. Due to Fini and Isi de Gersigny’s errant spiritual behaviour, it is Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs that needs to be saved and protected from them.

Unlike Hillsong Global Church, a Prosperity Gospel mega-church now based in North-West Sydney, which I used to attend for 11 years in all at it’s founding location in Sydney’s inner city, Jubilee Church is small. It does have some impact though, mainly through being linked with the Australian Council of Prophets, New Tribe Church in Byron Bay, North Coast, New South Wales Australia and other Latter Rain-style churches.

These types of churches get into really out-there stuff – extreme errant spirituality – and are the death-dust of the True Charismatic Movement of the 1960s to 1970s which started in the West Coast of America, particularly California, and spread throughout America and the rest of the planet, though mainly in the West.

The Charismatic Movement and Jesus Movement were genuine moves of the Blessed Holy Spirit. Not perfect because people were involved – but genuine moves of the Holy Spirit.

I’m not aware of the influences on Fini and Isi de Gersigny’s spiritual development and why they are like they are.

If you question Fini in a negative or slightly negative way about anything, he’ll put it back on you, and try to make you feel like you’re in the wrong or don’t understand the Lord. This is pretty immature behaviour and shows chinks in Fini’s psyche. On the other hand, Fini and their followers (Jubilee Church is a bit cult-like and insular) and associates “in the ministry” regard Isi as a prophetess. Yes, “a great Psalmist and prophetess”.

Under this banner of being “Psalmists of the Lord”, and this is mentioned on the Jubilee Church website, Fini and Isi de Gersigny get away with a lot of out-there spiritual behaviour and spiritual eccentricities.

All the crazy stuff they do in the Name of the Lord isn’t the Lord and His angels at all, but demons masquerading as the Lord and angels. There is a false anointing on Jubilee Church. Please be careful not to go there. Jubilee Church was ok in 2003 but it’s gone completely off the rails.

Isi de Gersingy shared several times while I was attending Jubilee Church that in a meeting in South Africa over twenty-five years ago, before Fini and Isi de Gersigny came to Sydney Australia, that she was leading worship in a combined Christian leaders meeting and felt the Holy Spirit – “The Lion of Judah” – move her to scream in a loud roar like a lioness while leading worship. Many Christian leaders present at this meeting were greatly disturbed by Isi’s behaviour and told Fini and Isis this.

Even though Isi’s behaviour offended a lot of mature Christian leaders, and even though Fini and Isi de Gersigny were told the behaviour was not of the Holy Spirit, Fini and Isi de Gersigny brushed off the criticisms and still do, presumably to this day.

Fini and Isi de Gersigny always say when criticised for errant spiritual stunts like this, that their critics aren’t of sufficient maturity or discernment to understand what the Lord was doing with their deep spirituality. This is bunkum.