Posted on May 30, 2009 by CCK Office
Posted on May 27, 2009 by
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Posted on May 26, 2009 by Yohaan Philip
Posted on May 22, 2009 by Tim Jones
Last week Brighton hosted the Great Escape - 300 new local and international artists showcased in 34 venues over just 3 days.
Posted on May 21, 2009 by John Hosier
By John Hosier
Posted on May 19, 2009 by Yohaan Philip
Matt Simmonds manages communications for Church of Christ the King (CCK) and is also responsible for all online communications for Newfrontiers. He is married to Jo and they have two lovely daughters, Ellie (who just turned 3) and Lydia. Jo is expecting their third child, which has kept Matt busy redecorating their house! In the midst of his very hectic schedule, Matt was gracious enough to spare Yohaan Philip a few minutes of his time to talk about the role he plays in advancing the gospel of Christ. Yohaan writes: It's always a pleasure talking to Matt! His cheerful countenance rarely betrays the highly stressful nature of the responsibilities he carries. At a very exciting time in the life of CCK, Matt plays a pivotal role as this massive ship is being guided across the seas. I'm excited to hear his thoughts! But first things first.. YP: Tell me Matt, what is the secret behind your ageing so slowly. A lot of men (and some women too!) would love to know what you do! MS: Uhhh.. good sleep, fairly relaxed attitude to life? I don't know! YP: Thanks for that very enlightening answer. And what gel do you use? MS: Dax Wax - it comes in a red tin, that's all I know. Jo does all the beauty product shopping... With that out of the way, I move on to more serious affairs.. YP: In most corporations, one of the key, underlying objectives of the communication departments would be to communicate their brand to a target audience with a view to make a profit. As communication manager for a church, what are some of your key objectives? MS: Broadly speaking, marketing is about satisfying a customer need so that you can make an exchange. If you're a charity, it may be an exchange of ideas or involvement, but obviously for corporations, it's for money - trying to satisfy needs to get more money. For CCK, or most other churches, we have a different fundamental background - we're communicating the gospel and not seeking a financial return. There are three broader groups who are our audience:
Posted on May 18, 2009 by Jules Burt
Posted on May 14, 2009 by Sam Cox
Posted on May 07, 2009 by
Each summer the CCK youth group (Engage, J.Walk and CCKY) heads off to the Newday event which is run by Newfrontiers. The next cut off is approaching next week so make sure you book in if you haven't already. Watch the promo video below if you are keen to know more.
Posted on May 04, 2009 by Jules Burt