If you're new here, welcome to Central Parks!

We are a colourful community of believers with large vision and big dreams who love Jesus and who love our world. What Jesus did and established at the Cross is very good news. In fact it’s scandalous it is so good! Not only did He forgive us our sins and declare man ‘innocent’ but He has cancelled any concept of distance between God and man.

In Him we truly ‘live and move and have our being’ (Acts 17:28). It is this message of ‘glad tidings’ we feel compelled to preach because His infinite, unfathomable love has captivated and overwhelmed us.

To introduce you to Central Parks City Church, this community was birthed just over seven years ago out of New Covenant Church Bryanston (established 1979).

Our passion is to bring people into intimacy with Jesus where they can receive His unconditional love, new revelation of their identity in him, freedom and wholeness. Out of this, they bring the kingdom and transformation to the ‘Parks’ communities surrounding Rosebank and the wider city of Johannesburg wherever they live and work.

We believe transformed, passionate lives transform cities. We are the ‘living epistles read by many’, the Apostle Paul referred to in 2 Cor 3:3. No matter who you are or what you do, you make a massive difference. The city is crying out for an authentic expression of biblical Christianity.

Our gatherings are never about a neatly packaged Sunday ‘experience’. Instead, our heart cry is “Holy Spirit, what are you wanting to do today?” The community can’t wait for any opportunity to gather. To be encouraged by one another and then to take this ‘living water’ that gushes out of our inmost beings to a dry and thirsty world.

Come join us as we gather weekly on Sunday mornings, mid week for small group family times and regularly in each other’s homes. Come connect into a community where you are loved and accepted for who you are and encouraged to live for Christ.
We can’t wait to meet you.

Grant and Lisa Flaum
For Central Parks City Church.

“Our gatherings are never about a neatly packaged Sunday ‘experience’.”