Our Mission

The Centre for Christianity in Society exists to connect Christ with contemporary culture by

explaining Christianity truthfully, engaging culture thoughtfully and equipping Christians thoroughly

for the glory of God and the good of all people



The Centre for Christianity in Society team is available to:

Speak on topical issues and big questions to all ages, sceptics or believers, in person and through media. 

Train Christians to think biblically, apply truth in loving relationships, and 

evangelise persuasively. 

Create informative, engaging and practical Christian perspectives on issues in writing and video.

Advise Christian leaders about leadership, pastoral care and disciple-making.  ​



Our four values are based on 1 Peter 2 verse 17:

Fearing God  – we affirm the core beliefs of the Christian faith.  We aim for integrity in our way of working and in our personal lives that honours God.  This incudes aiming for the highest standards of truthfulness in what we say, integrating insights from scientific and sociological research with biblical truth.

Honouring the authorities – we seek due permission to engage in any context where we are invited to work and to help those in authority to fulfil their responsibilities well. 

Honouring everyone – we  believe all people are precious because they are created and loved by God, so we aim to act with integrity (honesty and transparency) and grace (humility and sensitivity). 


Loving the family of believers – we are diversely gifted people willing to work with any individual, church or organisation that  holds to the core beliefs of evangelicalism and aims to relate bible-based Christian faith to contemporary​ cultural, political, theological and social trends.  We seek to work together in love for one another.



The work of CCS is developed and coordinated by a core team of volunteers.

Some aspects of our work are carried out by associates, who are experienced and qualified people who freely identify as part of CCS but work independently or for other organisations to provide one or more of our services.

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