About Us

Senior Pastors Peter and Bev Mortlock founded City Impact Church in 1982 with a passion to build strong churches that make a difference in local communities. Since then, City Impact Churches have multiplied around the world. Even with the large growth, City Impact Church still upholds its long-held vision to be “large enough to make a difference, small enough to care”.

In 2007 City Impact Church built a 2000 seat Sanctuary building and 95% of the construction work was completed by volunteers. After finishing the project the volunteers were ready for another challenge and Community Impact Days were launched.

These days are about taking responsibility for the needs of the community and practically outworking the values of Pastors Peter and Bev. Each Community Impact Day mobilizes over 700 volunteers around the country, from the North Shore, Mt Wellington, Westgate and Botany campuses in Auckland to the South Island campuses in Queenstown, Invercargill and Balclutha. Also our campus in Canada has Community Impact Days. It amplifies City Impact Church’s belief that family does not just consist of church members but extends to those who live around them.

How we can assist:

• Gardening, weeding and lawn-mowing
• Indoor and outdoor cleaning
• Small painting jobs
• Small building repairs e.g. holes in walls
• Electrical faults
• Plumbing
• Cleaning windows
• Moving and removals
• Christmas gift box deliveries
• Clothing on request
*We have a new initiative called ‘Here to help!’ We can help your families with delivering a hot meal or food parcels on case-by-case basis.
• Homemade Meal/s
• Food Parcel

2020 Dates

• 7 March
23 May – due to COVID-19
• 29 August
• 28 November

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“Thank you so much for the help you and your church has provided to this family. I’ve watched the video and have shown it to my colleagues, and we’re all amazed at the help you all provide to our communities.”

-Sione, WDHB

“Just finished watching the video. What a great inspiration Community Impact is to a lot of Communities out there. Also thank you so much for helping our clients too.”

-Josephine, Glen Innes Family Centre

“Thank you for all your good work in the community. We really do appreciate it.”

-Victoria, Tamaki Budgeting

Mary-Kath Laita

Community Impact Manager

“Community Impact Days are our opportunity to show God’s love to people in a practical way,” says Mary-Kath. “For many people, just having that little extra boost of help to get their home and property in order can be all it takes to enable them to take the next step in life. On our own, the job is too big, but together we can make a real difference.”

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