Plymouth Christian Centre exists to love and to serve the people of Plymouth and beyond, enabling them to become wholehearted followers of Christ.
We are part of the Christian denomination Elim, a group of Pentecostal churches, founded on the concept of the ‘The Foursquare Gospel’ - Jesus is the Saviour, the Healer, the Baptiser in the Holy Spirit and the Coming King.
Plymouth Christian Centre is a large, vibrant and welcoming church in the centre of Plymouth. We are an all-aged church with many groups and services for children, youth and adults. We aim to be a church that builds community amongst its members whilst reaching out to the people around us - both locally and beyond.
Plymouth Christian Centre was founded in 1930 as the Elim Four Square Gospel Church. The church first met in a building on Rendle Street, which was later destroyed in the Plymouth Blitz. Over the coming months and years, the congregation moved to various sites, such as Goodbody’s Cafe, Stonehouse Town Hall and the Barbican Revival in Notte Street. The move to our current location on Embankment Road happened over 30 years ago, in 1983.
New to Church?If you are new to the church then we give you a very warm welcome. We hope to see you at one of Sunday services or events. We have termly 'Newcomers' Lunches' which you are very welcome to attend. You can find out more information on our New Here? page or feel free to contact us for more information.