Sep 2010

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Posted on Sep 28, 2010 by
I'm sure you'll all aware we're motoring towards the Who is Jesus? series which starts this Sunday at CCK. In conjunction with the series we've launched a website to find out what people in our city think is the answer to that question: Who is Jesus?

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Posted on Sep 24, 2010 by Emily Sneyd

Why Zones? Part 2: Who and where?

Posted on Sep 22, 2010 by Emily Sneyd
In the second part of our blog series about Zones, elder Matt Davis identifies the current Zone locations and their leadership here at CCK.

We're asking Brighton - Who is Jesus?

Posted on Sep 15, 2010 by
Who is Jesus? God, myth or just a man? This autumn at Church of Christ the King we are asking the people of Brighton & Hove to share their opinion of who they think Jesus is.

CCK Life News - Ongoing Growth

Posted on Sep 13, 2010 by Katie Leversuch
Joel announced that we would launch a multi-site venue in the West of the city during Autumn 2011. The eldership have asked if Matt Davis would head this up and plans are beginning to speed up.

CCK Life - Pastoral Update

Posted on Sep 13, 2010 by Katie Leversuch
Steve Horne (Pastoral Elder) explained the updated pastoral structure in the Church. Steve explained “I Know it seems contradictory having structure for pastoring people but it’s the best and only way to do it for a growing church“

CCK Life News - Who Is Jesus?

Posted on Sep 13, 2010 by Katie Leversuch
October saw the start of our autumn preaching series Who is Jesus? Over the past couple months Joel Virgo (Lead Elder)  and others have been showing us about the life and claims of Jesus and how this applies to our lives today.

CCKY's Autumn Term - 2010

Posted on Sep 09, 2010 by CCK Office
CCKY, CCK's youth group for 11 to 14 year olds, is starting the new school year with a bang on Friday night with Pirates of the Lagoon. Inspired by an idea from none other than Steve Horne, the night will see the CCKY youth put into groups who will then have to build rafts from whatever materials are available. They will then sail the rafts across Hove Lagoon, although we fully expect most of the rafts to end up on the bottom.