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Summertime visitors to the CCCW

We’ve been pleased to welcome through the doors of the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide in recent months a steady stream of visitors and other guests. These people use our resources, share with us news of their churches around the world, and enrich our common life. He... Read More »
12th July, 2017

New bursary recipients head out to discover the world church

Intercultural Encounter recipients prepare for summer travels.   Read More »
26th June, 2017

New research from CCCW

CCCW researchers publish a range of new articles. Read More »
6th April, 2017

Theology in Swahili

Centre Chair Roger Bowen is working to make Swahili-language theological resources available in East Africa. Read More »
29th March, 2017

Christianity, Violence, and Belonging in Post-Colonial Africa

Professor Emmanuel Katongole’s three Henry Martyn Lectures took his audience on a geographic, historical, and theological tour of Christian responses to violence in sub-Saharan Africa. Read More »
23rd February, 2017

Recent Visitors to the CCCW

In any given week, month, or term, a number of visitors pass through the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide. They enrich our life and give us new insight into the life of the church around the world. Here’s a highlight of some of our recent visitors. Read More »
2nd February, 2017

Encounter bursary recipients report on summer travels

Over the summer, the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide’s Intercultural Encounter programme funded more than a dozen students to spend a significant length of time in a Christian community in another culture. These students are now reporting back on their summer travels... Read More »
2nd November, 2016

2017 Henry Martyn Lectures announced

The 2017 Henry Martyn lectures are to be given by a leading expert in political violence, reconciliation, and Christian community in Africa. Emmanuel Katongole is a Roman Catholic priest and professor at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. He will deliver the Henry... Read More »
5th October, 2016

CCCW Director wins African Studies Association award

Jesse Zink’s research on Christianity in South Sudan wins recognition. Read More »
27th September, 2016

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. Read here for more information. Posted on 06/07/16
6th July, 2016

CCCW Director reflects on recent visit to Rwanda

CCCW Director Jesse Zink spent the first week of June in Rwanda as a guest of the Anglican Diocese of Kigali. He shares some memories from the trip here.
16th June, 2016

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. Click here to read more.
28th April, 2016

A Researcher Heads Home

 Dr. Paddy Musana concludes three productive months of research at CCCW. Click here to read more about Dr Musana's time at the Centre.
17th December, 2015

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