Henry Martyn Trust


Summertime visitors to the CCCW


Enriching the life of our Centre



New bursary recipients head out to discover the world church

Intercultural Encounter recipients prepare for summer travels.



New research from CCCW

CCCW researchers publish a range of new articles



Theology in Swahili

Centre Chair Roger Bowen is working to make Swahili-language theological resources available in East Africa.



Christianity, Violence, and Belonging in Post-Colonial Africa

Emmanuel Katongole delivers the 2017 Henry Martyn Lectures in Cambridge




Recent Visitors to the CCCW


People from around the world regularly enrich our life at the Centre.


CCCW & Journal of Ecclesiastical History Essay Competition

The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide and the Journal of Ecclesiastical History announce a new World Christianities essay prize of £500, funded in part by a generous donation from the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide.


New webpage: Conferences

Visit our new page on Conferences not hosted by the CCCW.

Posted 08/11/16

Invitation to Cheese and Wine evening on Tues 15 November

Posted 02/11/16

Encounter bursary recipients report on summer travels

Students immersed in cross-cultural Christian contexts tell of transformative experiences
Posted on 26/10/16


2017 Henry Martyn Lectures announced

Prof. Emmanuel Katongole to deliver lectures in February 2017
Posted on 05/10/16


CCCW Director wins African Studies Association award

Jesse Zink’s research on Christianity in South Sudan wins recognition
Posted on 27/09/16


Intercultural Encounter recipients head overseas.

A record number of bursaries is allowing Cambridge-area students to experience the life of a Christian community in a different culture this summer.
Posted on 06/07/16

CCCW Director reflects on recent visit to Rwanda

Jesse Zink was in Rwanda in early June
Posted on 15/06/16


'Henry Martyn 1781-1812: A Brief Life'  

This is the title of a new Archives and Library display in the Centre's display cabinet.
Posted on 15/06/16


Studying and Celebrating Cambridge’s Mission History

The CCCW launches a new occasional paper that looks at an important moment in the history of Christian mission from Cambridge.
Posted on 04/05/16

Church and State in Kenya: New Additions to the Archive

A newly processed donation to the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide’s archive sheds important light on the role of church leaders during a time of turmoil in Kenya.
Posted on 28/04/16

A Researcher Heads Home


 Dr. Paddy Musana concludes three productive months of research at CCCW
Posted on 30/10/15

Heritage Lottery Fund projects

See how we have used the £6800 grant that was awarded to the CCCW to help celebrate Cambridge's tradition of service overseas through sound archives, an audio tour and witness seminars.
Posted 24/11/2015


A Donation from St. Augustine's College

The library collection at the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide is in the process of a significant expansion, thanks to a donation from a well-known mission library.
Posted 12/03/2015


Christianity in East Asia Essay Competition 2015 results

The winners and two runners-up for this years essay competition are announced
Posted 31/07/2015


Jesse Zink is new CCCW director


The Rev. Jesse Zink began his new post as director of the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide on 1 September 2015.
Posted 31/07/2015








Lausanne Creation Care and the Gospel Conference for East and Central Africa

The  Centre’s Intercultural Encounter Coordinator, Amy Ross, attended the Lausanne Creation Care and the Gospel Conference for East and Central Africa held at Brackenhurst Conference Centre, near Nairobi, Kenya, 17-21 May 2015.
Posted 22/05/2015


New web search facility for CCCW Articles

We are pleased to announce the CCCW website has a new search facility  for past papers that have been given through the CCCW seminars and lectures, including commissioned and published papers.
Posted 10/03/2015


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