John and his wife Ann moved to Murrieta in 2004 to re-launch a church of 65 people that was struggling. Now, Centerpoint Church is home to several thousand people who come together each weekend to experience the power and presence of God. John’s undergrad degree in World Religions from Rutgers University and his experience living in China, Mexico and Europe for several years give him a unique perspective on the vitality of real faith. With an M.Div from Fuller Seminary, John has great theological training – which compliments his natural passion for seeing people to come to know Jesus. John loves for God’s people to experience the flow of the Holy Spirit in their lives. Catch up more with John at www.filledtoflow.com , www.johnhansen.tv , or follow him on Facebook here.
With degrees in Business and Administration, as well as decades of senior executive leadership in HR and operations in the business world, Pastor Kim brings excellence in operational leadership to Centerpoint’s mission. Kim’s pastoral experience as an inner city church planting missionary also shapes his view of how to integrate operational excellence with love for people. Follow Kim on facebook here.
We are not hiring at this time but we are always looking for dynamic team members who might fit the Centerpoint culture. Please feel free to send your resume below:
We are looking for a creative self starter who is passionate about communication through social media. Must have experience with design, scheduling, and creative content creation.
5-10 hours a week
We love our volunteers! We are always looking for dynamic team members to accomplish the mission of Centerpoint Church. Please feel free to send your resume below:
Centerpoint Church is part of a larger ministry family called the Free Methodist Church. The FMC is an evangelical Christian denomination with roots in the Wesleyan movement. You can find out more about what we believe HERE. Centerpoint Church is part of the Free Methodist Church of Southern California, the local regional conference of the FMC. The Free Methodist Church is not the United Methodist Church. There is strength in the story – and our story is that the FMC was birthed out of a belief in and vision for freedom during a time (the 1860’s) when that had to be fought for. We’re still passionate about freedom. Being part of a larger ministry family means that there is accountability and structure that makes us stronger.