Ukraine Relief Fund


Jesus taught us to love others as much as we love ourselves.

Matthew 22:39

Jesus died so we could be forgiven our sins (1 Corinthians 15:3) and restored into relationship with God (Galatians 4:5).  Now He’s poured out His Spirit on His people and commissioned us to proclaim this good news to all nations (Acts 1:8).  That’s why Centrepoint Church exists - to reach people who don’t yet know God with the good news of the gospel.

To help equip our church effectively in that mission we use tools like The God Test, One2One, and the Purple Book, as well as training opportunities through our Every Nation family of churches.  Whether through personal relationships, street evangelism, or outreach events, we seek to reach our communities, campus, and cities with the gospel - becoming all things to all people, that by all means we might save some (1 Corinthians 9:22).

Join us as we follow Jesus and become fishers of people (Mark 1:17) - see what He can do through you!

Our second mission statement at Centrepoint is to Love People.  One way we fulfill our mission of loving people is  through our work with partner organisations.

Where will you go?

Ten Day Missions will challenge you to action and inspire you with passion for the lost and hurting. Your life will be changed as you partner with God to change the lives of others.

Ten Days exists to serve Every Nation churches in our mission to plant churches and campus ministries in Every Nation, by helping churches provide safe and strategic short-term mission trips.

Here are some of the local organisations we partner with.

The Boghall Drop In Centre in West Lothian has a grassroots approach to the people of the Boghall Community working to improve opportunities for their health, recreational, social, and physical well being. 
We are a Home for Good Church. Contact us to find out how you can support our foster and adoptive families or when our next Home for Good 'Foundations' course will be running. 
Every day, countless people are trafficked into slavery, as slave owners make a profit off their vulnerability.
International Justice Mission is a global organisation with a solution to end it.
Each year we collect shoeboxes for Blythswood Care. Shoeboxes are filled with essentials and gifts and distributed to Eastern Europe. All boxes should be dropped off by the second last Sunday in October. 

Want to get involved?

Fill out the form below and one of our outreach team will be in touch with you.