Ongoing support of affiliated Communities of Hope and Compassion is a central part of who CCVT is, working to develop renewal, resilience, and ongoing growth in diverse communities across Victoria and Tasmania.
Deeply embedded within the DNA of CCVT is the desire to be a movement of communities that reflect the diversity of the various environments of where we find ourselves. This naturally means that we are called to discern the opportunities and risk the planting, nurturing and growth of new Communities of Hope and Compassion.
CCVT has had a long history in working with affiliated communities to demonstrate in concrete and practical ways of the love of God in action. Communities are the hands and feet of Jesus at work in local neighbourhoods.
The Communities Team is here to support your Community of Hope and Compassion as it explores its God-given calling to its neighbourhood.
CCVT is committed to our churches and agencies being safe places for everyone. New and updated policies and resources are being made available.
Communities Of Hope And Compassion (which may look like churches as we have known them, or may take the shape of home-churches, mission agencies, or something entirely new) are central to the mission and ministry of CCVT. The Communities Functional Area Team exists to build up communities in developing renewal and resilience, new communities, and engaging with their local neighbourhoods.
Ongoing support of affiliated Communities of Hope and Compassion is a central part of who CCVT is, working to develop renewal, resilience, and ongoing growth in diverse communities across Vic/Tas.
Deeply embedded within the DNA of CCVT is the call to discern the opportunities and risk the planting, nurturing and growth of new Communities of Hope and Compassion.
CCVT works with affiliated communities to demonstrate God's love in action. Communities are the hands and feet of Jesus at work in local neighbourhoods.
The National Council of Churches in Australia are looking for someone to fill a full time permanent position as the National Coordinator of the Safe Church Program.
Victorian Affiliates are advised that they have a new legal obligation to ensure the safety of children in their care. Under the new duty, organisations are required to... READ MORE
Enrolments for Veta Morphus are now open for 2018, for Veta Neo, a program for teenagers in years 7 to 10!
Churches of Christ in Victoria and Tasmania (CCVT) aims to support all our Affiliates to be communities of hope and compassion that are safe places for everyone.
Be trained and equipped to ensure your Community of Hope and Compassion is a Safe Place for everyone. This training workshop is perfect for everyone in your community, from Team Leaders and Pastors, to Elders, to volunteer Leaders.
You're invited to come and understand the experiences and celebrate the incredible strengths of the women we have served over the last 25 years.
Let's honour our history, strengthen our awareness and raise much needed funds so that St Kilda gatehouse can continue to support those affected by sexual exploitation, drug addiction, violence, mental health and homelessness in our community.