Destiny Church has secured resource consent to build schools, a university and a massive auditorium in South Auckland.
Brian Tamaki's vision for his church was unveiled at the New Year's Eve service in Rotorua.
The self-proclaimed bishop told followers that ten acres of land had been acquired and that "we signed a contract" and that "we can do anything we want - we can build it".
"It's all on, it's all on, hallelujah," Tamaki told the service.
"We had to get resource consent meaning that the council would let us build our schools, our auditorium - basically building a town," he said.
The block of land on Druces Rd, Wiri is just off the Southern Motorway.
The deal allows Destiny to lease the property with an option to buy after it has sold its current headquarters in Mt Wellington.
The church will take possession of the land in December.
Tamaki is now calling for money from members of his congregation.
"Much of your seed is going to go toward the foundations of an offering toward our promised land, and that beginning is not going to come without a fruitful start financially," he said.
ONE News was told by Destiny Church that Tamaki is camping in the Bay of Plenty.
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