What We Believe

vISION

Jesus is the most amazing person of all time: the one around whom history turns and the one for whom the end of time is focused. His ministry and sacrifice embodies God’s heart for all people, making it possible for all to have new life and a new way of living. It’s with this hope and glory that Jesus establishes the most powerful force on the earth today: the church.
Our vision is simple. Like that of the first century church, we want to live with such affection and passionate love for Jesus that it transforms the way we interact with all people.

Geologically, an epicentre is the point on the earth’s surface directly above the focus of an earthquake. The effects of an earthquake ripple outwards from its epicentre. As God moves, acts, and speaks, we want to be right on the surface so that we can respond and make His glory known throughout the earth. Spiritually speaking, Epicentre is the place where God’s people have gathered in response to a movement of God’s Spirit. When God’s people say “yes” to Him, individuals and the spiritual territory where they live are transformed. Like the early church, our calling is to become a community fully abandoned to God and His ways, transforming communities around us by planting more Epicentre communities that plant other Epicentre communities throughout the world.
Epicentre stands in the great stream of churches that have understood that their role is to equip its adults, young people and children to bring the fullness of God’s will on earth as it is in heaven. We desire to love God with all of our hearts and as a result, the world around us is changed.

mISSION STATEMENT

Epicentre exists to satisfy the Father’s heart by obedience to the Great Commandment (Matthew 22:37-39) and fulfillment of the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20).
Epicentre seeks to advance the Kingdom of God by impacting people groups through transformed people living in authentic communities, and the employment of biblically-based, cross-cultural and holistic ministry through the planting of cell churches, locally and globally.