Thanks for Visiting
Central Church is a home. Just like any home, no one here is perfect, but we love being together and love being part of something bigger than the sum of us. We’d love for you to become part of our home and even more importantly, come to know the One who made the difference in our lives – Jesus.
We’re convinced that you matter to God, and if you matter to God, then you matter to us. We would love you to find out more about what it means to be a follower of Jesus and to be connected with our community.
We offer three unique services each Sunday:
10:30 am Traditional Service in the Heritage Building. This service in a more traditional Presbyterian style while maintaining a friendly and celebratory feel.
5:30 pm Night Church in the Auditorium. Night Church is a relaxed contemporary service which attracts most of our young people and those who are young at heart. A kids program is also run during this service for kids aged 3 to grade 3.
The best way to get connected at Central is through our network of homegroups. Homegroups are simply a way to share life with a group of like-minded people. In homegroups people make connections with each other and grow closer to Jesus. Each group is different, but most involve some food, encouraging one another, talking about faith and the Bible, praying for each other and an opportunity to make social connections with other people just like you.
To find out more about homegroups, check out this page
To find a group that’s just right for you, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch with you.
Your family is important to us. Central has a variety of ministries to support you and your children. On Sundays there is a crèche for pre-school kids and KidzCentral to care for primary school children. Each week there are youth and children’s ministries which aim to get young people connected with Jesus and each other.
Jesus Changes Lives
Join us and experience what we mean when we say that Jesus changes lives. This video will show you how he’s changed lives at Central Church.