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Passion for you, Utrecht & the world​

We believe that God has you in mind. He has a passion for the people on this earth.

God knows us. And He wants us to know Him. That is why we talk to Him, we listen to Him and we read about Him. At home and when we get together. We notice that that relationship with God inspires people and changes them in a positive way.

Helping and loving people in a relevant way… that’s quite a challenge! This requires wisdom, creativity, perseverance and genuine interest. We believe that God helps us with that!

Sunday morning meeting

Every Sunday we meet at Koningsbergerstraat 2. Our meetings are characterized by a relaxed atmosphere. You are free to enter at 10.15 am. Around 10:30 am we start with a few announcements, followed by worship. In short, that means that we sing together accompanied by a band. The lyrics of the songs appear on a screen.

After this part, with which we want to honor and thank God with music, the sermon begins. Someone reads something from the Bible and gives an explanation and a practical application. Around 12:00 the service ends and fresh coffee is ready again. Childcare is available during the service. Translation into English is also available.

Partnership with NCMI

Central City Church (CCC) has a partnership with New Covenant Ministries International (NCMI). Churches that partner with NCMI share common visions and values. This includes the desire to be a local church in the way we see described in the Bible. For that reason, our church is led by a team of elders. A group of deacons assists them in this task along with the rest of the leadership team.

NCMI is a translocal team with an apostolic heart. The team is made up of men and women who help church leaders equip and mobilize the local church to build God’s kingdom and make disciples for Jesus. Worldwide, church leaders and churches in more than 100 countries partner with NCMI. They all embrace an apostolic-prophetic model that aims to build, encourage, and help church members and leaders plant new churches. You can read more information about NCMI at