So, you want to change the world? Start with your city!


As part of our mission at Greenlane Christian Centre to renew people and places in Auckland, we are bringing CityServe back this year! CityServe is a weekend where the Greenlane Christian Centre community partners with and serves alongside our city-wide neighbours to tangibly show compassion and foster the common good in our city.


Important Update:

While we are not cancelling this event we are keen to proceed with a slightly modified version of CityServe. We trust that once we get to Level 1 we will have a little more freedom in serving together in projects around our city.


There will be some projects we will still be able to take on and we are currently identifying these. Then we would love for you to get together with your small group, family or friends and either pick up one of the projects we had under Cityserve or find a project in your neighbourhood that you could do together. This might be something like, cleaning up the rubbish at a local park or painting a wall of the local shops, anything that you can see that would be a blessing to your neighbourhood or to our city.


We are currently putting together more information on CityServe for this year and will keep you informed of this and when this would be. 



"The gardens look great and we have received much positive feedback about them. We could never have achieved such a result without their help!"Lynne Keohane, Principal of Anchorage Park School

"The town looks fantastic and the mural is wonderful. The volunteers all worked so hard with fabulous attitudes. It is people like this who make Ellerslie such a wonderful place to live and work." - Megan Darrow , Ellerslie Town Centre Manager


"Many thanks to the Greenlane Christian Centre team for cooking and hosting such a lovely and nutritious lunch for our families yesterday and for the amazing donation of apples, bananas and knives for our kitchens!" - Ronald McDonald House

"We accomplished more than I could have dreamed and had a great time in the garden. We are so grateful for your generosity and the time we shared working in the garden today has made a big impact for the success of the project and for our community!" - Echo, Onehunga People's Garden

"We have had great feedback from our businesses who observed them over the weekend and the improvement in the cleanliness of the area, especially their windows and signage." - Gary Holmes, Manager of Glen Innes Business Association

"I would like to say a big thank you to the lovely people who came on Sunday to do the painting. The rooms look so much fresher and lighter. Thank you for so very kindly paying for the paint too. It was totally unexpected but very much appreciated! You truly have the Christian spirit." - Tricia Trass, Plunket Mt Albert