Please join us for worship Sundays 9:50 AM

Parking lots. We are located at 50 Northridge Drive in Daly City, CA. The main parking lot is no longer available and the side parking lot should only be used for the elderly and disabled.

Street parking. We share street parking with our neighborhood, its many residents, and other local churches. Please be considerate to them by using our satellite parking shuttle service.

Satellite parking. Offsite parking lot is located at 101 Lincoln Ave. Shuttles run continuously before service, and return shuttles depart at 11:30 AM and 12 PM.


As a church we exist to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, to be a Christ-centered community and to fulfill the Great Commission in the Bay Area and the world for the glory of God.


I

God-glorifying worship

We strive to have a healthy Sunday worship that focuses on glorifying God through praise and Christ-centered preaching. Worship will provide the additional benefit of encouraging everyone with a blessing and challenge as they start the work week.

II

Gospel movement

Our church will push its members to have an evangelistic lifestyle in order to actively fulfill the Great Commission in the Bay Area and beyond. A church that does not share the Gospel is a church that does not experience the joy and satisfaction of knowing God.

III

Genuine personal community

One of the biggest strengths of our church throughout the years has been our ability to foster a community. Community groups offer small, Christ-centered gatherings for weekday reflection, fellowship and accountability, and a smaller setting for sharing Christ with seekers.

IV

Discipleship

The Apostle Paul describes the pursuit of holiness is similar to an athlete in training. We will strive to offer substantive spiritual training through mentorships with others. Creating disciples will also seed future disciplers, creating a pattern of healthy, organic growth in our church.

V

Christian service

God's love is meant to be given to others. Loving our neighbors through loving volunteerism and social justice is an important expression of God's love by the church.

VI

Active church planting

As we grow, we want to continue to reach the Bay Area through planting churches. A particularized church with its own pastors and board of elders will be best equipped to minister to its members in that region, encouraging ministry that's more localized to where the members live and work. We also believe that having too large of a congregation can be an obstacle to the core value of having genuine community.


We exist to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ

Pastor Benjamin Kim

Ben is happily married to Hetty, and they have two wonderful children, Kylee and Marcus, who remind them of God's amazing grace. He enjoys good books, most sports, good food, and spending time with his family. His simple goal in life is to preach Christ and Him crucified. He received his M.Div. from Westminster Seminary CA and was ordained by the KAPC in 2000.

Pastor In Kim

In was raised in Santa Barbara, California. He graduated with a BA in English from Westmont College in 2004 and worked for Special Needs education through 2007. In pursued his internal call to pastoral ministry at Westminster Seminary CA, where he received his M.Div. in 2011. His interests include attending live concerts, playing soccer and appreciating God's common grace.

Pastor Simon Yang

Born in Korea, raised in New Zealand, Simon considers his home Houston, where he grew up since 3rd Grade. He graduated from the UT Austin with a business degree before receiving his M.Div. at Westminster Seminary CA. His beautiful wife, Rachel is an RN, and they have two boys, Eliab and Tobias. Simon enjoys basketball and football, and is a big fan of Justin Timberlake.

Pastor Jason Lim

Jason was born and raised in Seattle where it rains less than people are conditioned to think. He is wed to Christy who is a clinical pharmacist. He received his M.Div. from Covenant Theological Seminary in 2014 and was ordained by the KAPC in 2017. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, blogging, eating, and belting out Boyz II Men hits.


We exist to be a Christ-centered community

Ministry Groups

Ministry Contact
Newcomersnewcomers@christcentralsf.com
Nursery & Children's Ministrychildren@christcentralsf.com
Youth Ministryyouth@christcentralsf.com
College Ministrycollege@christcentralsf.com
Adult Ministryadults@christcentralsf.com
Engaged & Married Ministrycouples@christcentralsf.com
Family Life Ministryfamilies@christcentralsf.com
Community Groupcg@christcentralsf.com
Serving Opportunitiesoffice@christcentralsf.com
Pastoral Counselingoffice@christcentralsf.com

Community Groups

Location Day Time Contact
OaklandThu7:00pmoakland-cg@christcentralsf.com
AlamedaThu7:30pmalameda-cg@christcentralsf.com
SF PotreroThu7:30pmpotrero-cg@christcentralsf.com
SF JapantownThu7:30pmjapantown-cg@christcentralsf.com
SF SunsetSun5:00pmsunset-cg@christcentralsf.com
Daly CityFri7:30pmdalycity-cg@christcentralsf.com
San BrunoWed7:15pmsanbruno-cg@christcentralsf.com
BurlingameSun2:00pmburlingame-cg@christcentralsf.com
South BayThu7:30pmsouthbay-cg@christcentralsf.com
UC BerkeleyVariousVariouscollege@christcentralsf.com

We exist to fulfill the Great Commission

Reaching Our Community

Every Saturday we serve our local community by offering free tutoring.

Short Term Missions

Every summer, we send a team to Cambodia for overseas missions.

Long Term Missionaries

  • Mark & Megumi Bocanegra in Japan
  • B & A in Indonesia
  • Paul & Susan Lee in Cambodia
  • Tim & Moon Sook Lim in Cambodia

LifeMoves

LifeMoves is dedicated to providing interim housing and supportive services that create opportunities for homeless families and individuals to rapidly return to stable housing and long-term self-sufficiency.

Freedom House

Freedom House is a non-profit organization with a mission to bring hope, restoration, and a new life to survivors of human trafficking by providing a safe home and long-term aftercare.

Open Door

Open Door is a Gospel Rescue Mission committed to breaking the cycle of homelessness and poverty.