Our mission is to lead people into a life centred on Jesus Christ. 


OUR STORY

In the fall of 2011, Josh and Destiny Loeve began to sense a stirring in their hearts to plant and pastor a life-giving church in Surrey, within the neighbourhood of Clayton Heights. Clayton Heights is one of the fastest growing areas in the province with many young families and youth. After much prayer and deliberation Josh left his position at Relate Church in December 2013 to prepare for the launch of Centre Church.

From January to July a small group of people carved out the mission, values, and purpose of Centre Church. In September, Centre Church held its first Interest Meeting in the Clayton Heights community followed by two subsequent meetings in October and November. Centre Church launched on February 1st, 2015 with weekly services at Katzie Elementary School. Centre Church is a place that all people can call "home" and we're excited to continue to see the journey unfold for Centre Church!

We invite you to help in writing the story of Centre Church and come join us for one of our weekend services!


OUR PASTOR

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JOSH LOEVE

Josh grew up in Surrey, BC and has resided within Canada his entire life. After serving ten years in ministry, Josh began Centre Church with a team of over 30 individuals on February 1st, 2015 in Surrey, BC. Josh is passionate about sharing the message of the gospel with the unchurched and seeing people transformed by Jesus. Josh completed his Master's in Ministry from Hope International University in Fullerton, California. He is also an accomplished songwriter with multiple GMA awards and nominations.  

Josh lives in Clayton Heights with his wife, Destiny, and their four children Ruby (2007), Sophie (2009), Jude (2011) and Theo (2014). 

Email: josh@centrechurch.net


what we believe

Learn more about the Christian beliefs that we uphold about God, the church, and the Bible.


COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Find out the ways that we serve the community we live in and how we make our city a better place.