Join Us This Sunday

9am & 11am

Sunday Service Location:

12 Cape Hill Road, Pukekohe


Campus Pastors

Darryl & Denise Booth

The Pukekohe Campus was planted in November 2015.Darryl Booth is the lead pastor along with his wife, Denise. They are parents to three children, Bailey, Taylor and Sommer as well as new grandparents to Buck. They have both have been involved in church ministry for their entire married life. They have the spiritual gift of a pastor/shepherd and are both extremely creative.

Pukekohe is a great family church with outstanding youth and kids programmes.

Elim Christian Centre has purchased land with the intention of establishing a church/school complex that provides Christian education, offering support and connection for all ages and stages of life.

Darryl Booth

Denise Booth


Age Groups

Elim Kids

Our Elim Kids programmes run at every morning service, for children aged 1 to 13.


Our Oxygen Youth programme is for School Years 9 to 18 year-olds. 7 – 9pm Friday during school term time.

Next Steps

We are all in this together. Whether you’re ready to follow Jesus, find a Small Group to do life with or want to make a difference, we’re here for you and can help you take your next step.


Missed Sunday’s Message?

Listen to the message you missed or would like to hear again from our Pukekohe Campus.

Join the Dream Team

Get involved and get connected. Whether it’s making coffee, leading a Small Group or welcoming with a smile, there’s a place for you on the Dream Team.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Sunday services are no longer than 1 hour and 15 minutes. You are welcome to come early to order a coffee, find your favourite seat, and check your children into their age-appropriate programs.

After the service, you can hang around to meet new people, order another coffee, and find out more about Elim.

Our weekend services are for you, so come along dressed in your comfortable clothes. We do not have any expectations or requirements of clothing style.

All of our Sunday services do not have an entry fee. You are also not required or expected to give any money to the church organisation.

We do have a cafe where you can buy barista-made hot drinks, and occasionally we may have a fundraiser like a sausage sizzle which is completely optional.

In our Growth Track, you will learn about a biblical concept called tithing and offering. This is an optional practice for those who are growing in their faith journey and have made a personal decision to do so.

Yes, everyone is invited and welcome.

Sometimes people feel that they need to ‘get right’ before coming to church. At Elim, we do not do any CV, ID or background checks of any new people. We are genuinely excited to meet you and honoured that you would choose to share your Sunday with us.

Elim Christian Centre is a Christian Pentecostal Church part of the Elim Church of New Zealand movement. Elim Church of New Zealand has 40 churches across the country. We are also connected with Elim Global, which includes hundreds of Christian organisations worldwide.

A Christian denomination is a group of churches of the same kind. These groups are differentiated by traits such as name, history, organisation, leadership, theological doctrine, worship style, and sometimes a founder. Find out more about Elim’s history at Elim.nz

All of our parking is free, and our friendly Dream Team can help you find the best place to park.

There is priority parking for those with accessibility needs, the elderly, and drivers needing extra space for children’s pram setups.

The Cinema building has an elevator should you need to use it to access the upstairs levels.

Should you require some extra assistance, our Dream Team is always willing and able to help.

Let’s get social