We are glad you are here.
For over 130 years, Centerpoint Church has been working diligently to be the best church FOR the city. While the Sunday morning experience is fantastic, we do not see it as our primary purpose. Rather, we concentrate on ways to be the hands and feet of Christ in our city and in the world.
There are more than a dozen churches that we have started in the greater Kalamazoo area. We are passionate about partnering with local non-profits, community leaders, and other churches to transform our city the way that God has designed it to be. Because it is not about making the name of Centerpoint Church great. It is about making the name of Jesus great and being “salt and light” to renew the city, and the world, for God’s glory.
Here, you will find people who love God, love each other, and love making a difference in the lives of people around us. You will find dynamic, bible-driven teaching; passionate, reverential music; exciting, engaging ministries for people of all ages; and most importantly, you will find a home.
Located at 2345 North 10th Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49009
This is our west campus with the Sunday service at 10:00 each week.
Located at 326 W Cork Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49001
This is our city campus with the Sunday service at 10:00 each week.
This is our Spanish-language campus with the Sunday service at 12:00 each week.
This is our online campus with the Sunday service at 10:00 each week.
Why just have a job when you can change the world. Come find out what opportunities are currently available for you.
Follow and implement daily curriculum as directed by the Lead Teacher. Maintain a safe physical environment conducive to child growth and development by ensuring appropriate response to children’s emotional, social and physical needs. This person must be able to relate well to both children and adults in a patient, calm manner and be sensitive to the needs of individual children.
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Execute curriculum and lesson plans assigned by the regular teacher as needed.
Follow, implement daily curriculum and evaluate the physical and developmental needs of the children in the classroom. This person must be able to relate well to both children and adults in a patient, calm manner to effectively supervise staff assisting in the classroom and be sensitive to the needs of individual children.