The Centre for Christianity in Society exists to connect Christ with contemporary culture by
explaining Christianity truthfully, engaging issues thoughtfully and equipping Christians thoroughly
for the glory of God and the good of all people
The CCS team is available to:
Speak on topical issues and big questions to all ages, sceptics or believers, in person and through various media.
Train Christians to think biblically, apply truth in loving relationships, and
Create informative, engaging and practical Christian perspectives on issues in writing and video.
Advise Christian leaders about contemporary culture and issues facing Christians.
We affirm the core beliefs of the Christian faith and work within four values based on 1 Peter 2 verse 17:
Fearing God – as servants of God, we aim for truthfulness in everything we say, integrating insights from quality scientific and sociological research with biblical truth.
Honouring the authorities – we seek proper permission to work in any context into which we are invited and we want to help people in authority fulfil their responsibilities well.
Honouring everyone – since every person is created and loved by God, we aim to treat them with integrity (honesty and transparency) and grace (humility and sensitivity).
Loving the family of believers – as diversely gifted friends united in God's love, we want to work with all individuals, churches or organisations that share our core beliefs
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.