A Living Movement, A Living Website

Welcome to the new Churches of Christ in Victoria and Tasmania Inc website. This website will continue to expand in the weeks, months, and years ahead, so check back regularly for new updates, news, and stories from around Vic/Tas.


Communities Of Hope And Compassion

Churches of Christ Vic/Tas (CCVT) is a movement of more than 130 Communities of Hope and Compassion (which may look like churches as we have known them) spread across Victoria and Tasmania, embedded in their neighbourhoods as signs, witnesses, and foretastes of the Kingdom of God. CCVT Inc is the coordinating body that exists to support these diverse Communities of Hope and Compassion in their God-given and God-driven calling to their neighbourhoods. CCVT acts with affiliated communities through three Functional Area teams.


The Leadership Functional Area team exists to support Ministers, elders, and other leaders in local communities.


The Communities Functional Area team exists to support your entire community in its neighbourhood mission.


The Operations Functional Area team exists to support the practical running of your community, including finance, insurance, property, and risk management.



Upcoming Events

Marriage Training Seminar

The purpose of this day is to enable you to be well prepared to offer effective pastoral care and marriage preparation, lead meaningful wedding services and provide ethical and legally competent ministry as a CCVT & BUV marriage celebrant. This training day is for new celebrants and experienced celebrants who are in need for a refresher. 

Churches of Christ Identity Course

On behalf of Churches of Christ in Australia, Stirling Theological College offers an online study course on Churches of Christ Identity. The course focuses on theological and historical influences, expressions and aspirations in Australian Churches of Christ identity and contemporary witness. 

Urban Shalom And The People Of God

A Stirling Theological College short course.

This unit focuses on the nature of cities and competing visions for their projected futures. Biblical and theological understandings will be explored and used as lenses through which the city’s future can be envisaged. In particular, a Biblical understanding of God’s ‘Shalom’ as this relates to people, society, and broader creation will be described and used as a critical tool to discern factors that prevent Shalom from becoming a reality in urban neighbourhoods.

Students will consider the theology and spirituality of ‘local urban places’ and explore strategies through which positive and hopeful change can be effected. Students will be encouraged to consider and envisage how God’s peace and reconciliation can be realised in the midst of urban conflict and suffering, unjust powers and vested interests...

Australian Collaborators in Feminist Theologies: Inaugural Gathering

Join us in a network of engagement on feminist concerns that will facilitate collaborative work on questions within and beyond theology. Our guest for the day is Rev Dr Serene Jones, President of Union Theological Seminary, New York.