What it means to be a community rooted in Christ
We Have a Mission of Offering
Living Hope for Real People
We believe that Jesus shows us a unique way to live in the world, and we seek to model our lives based on his life and teachings. This is a life of humility, service, prayer, and close relationship with God. It’s also a life of radical inclusion – which means sharing and living out God’s love for the world and embracing all others regardless of their circumstances, status, politics or abilities.
We believe that no one is an accident, and that we’re much more than a random assortment of molecules. We believe that God has a calling and purpose for every individual who responds to the love that is the source of creation. Central is a place where all are welcome, where lives can be transformed, and where everyone, from the most experienced churchgoer to the person who just popped in, can grow in the gifts and calling that God has given them.
No one is perfect. All have known suffering and experienced brokenness, despair, isolation and exclusion. We all have a path to walk and journey to travel with God. At Central, we strive to be a community that walks this road together. As we travel on, we share the hope Christ’s places in us with one another and with the wider world. We don’t offer all the answers, but we will make our best attempt to point you to the meaning, purpose, welcome and growth we discover in our faith.
This is our mission – to offer living hope for real people.
Rooted in God’s Word
Passionate in Worship
We carry on this tradition, gathering together each week to praise God, revealed in Jesus Christ. We meet each Sunday morning singing and praying together, celebrating the day of Christ’s resurrection, when the shadows of fear, despair and death were overturned by the light of love.
United in Love
We call these Life Groups, and we’d love you to consider joining one too!
Committed to Transformation
Volunteering isn’t how you get a place in God’s family. It’s giving back to the world out of recognition for what God’s already done for us.