City Impact Church founders selling home for $1.8 million

City Impact Church founders Peter and Bev Mortlock are selling their home at Gulf Harbour, Whangaparaoa, north of Auckland, New Zealand for $1.88 million.

The Mortlocks front a weekly church-funded TV programme,

The  property has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, three living areas and a heated pool and spa and is described in promotional material as having a “feeling of grandeur and opulence”.

City Impact Church received $5.35 million in donations in 2012, making up more than half its annual income of $9.16 million. In the same year $3.94 million was spent on salaries and wages for its 62 full-time and 43 part-time staff, according to the latest annual return filed with the Charities Commission.

Mortlock was formerly a  salesman and real estate agent.


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