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Making Jesus the centre through play, prayer and presence.
We imagine a world where Jesus is the centre.
We imagine a world where he is the centre of our families, workplaces, friendships and free time.
We believe that a Jesus-centred life changes our homes, businesses, education, politics and community.
We believe that Jesus-centred people experience genuine joy and contentment regardless of their circumstances.
What drives us is that we believe that those who do not have Jesus at the centre are missing out on the fullness that he came to bring.
We do not believe in building bigger church buildings or a “holy place” but in gathering on sports courts and making that space “holy” because God’s people are gathered.
We believe we are called to make Jesus-centred people by using sports, recreation, hospitality, charity and community to introduce people to Jesus in a non-threatening untraditional church environment.
We believe God has called us to make Jesus the centre by encouraging our community to “have fun” in our church.