A little about Center Pointe
Where We Come From
Center Pointe Church is a member of the Christian & Missionary Alliance; a Christ-centered global movement more than 6 million strong. Inspired by Jesus’ love and empowered by His Spirit, the C&MA is passionate to bring the good news about Him to our neighbors and world.
What You Can Expect
At Center Pointe you can expect a casual atmosphere, hot coffee, and friendly people who desire to center their lives on Jesus. We know we’re all in process and no one is perfect. We want to invite you on this journey with us!
What We Believe
Jesus is our most vital relationship in life. We believe He died for our sins and rose again to give us His righteousness. We believe He is coming again. We’d love to talk with you about Him!
What Our Purpose Is
God has placed Center Pointe in Centerburg, Ohio for a time and reason. He has given us the opportunity to partner with Him in a mission for this town, for our region, and for the world. We seek to impact our world, by transforming Centerburg, through multiplying missional presence and ministry partnership.
You can read more on our Mission, Values, Strategies, Measures, and Vision.
Where We Are
Center Pointe doesn’t have a building of its own. We meet every Sunday at the Old High School/Administrative Building on Preston Street. During the week, our staff can be found at our church office downtown by Bell Park.
Who is on Staff
Our staff consists of our lead pastor, Clint Bieri, our associate pastor, Bryan Hetterscheidt, and our Administrative Assistant, Ethan Long.
Where We Started
Center Pointe was planted by New Life Church of Fredericktown, OH back in 2007. We began by meeting in the park, and when the weather got cold, we asked a local church if we could use their space when it was empty. Then the local pub agreed to let us use their space during Sunday mornings since they were closed. When we began to grow, Center Pointe moved to the Centerburg Elementary gym for several years, setting up and packing up every week. God brought us to where we are today in the Old High School, where we can remain semi-permanent during the week. It has been a journey!