We want to hear from you about how CCVT can support, equip, and resource Communities of Hope and Compassion.
CCVT publications seek to Build Communities of Hope and Compassion and develop Leaders through prophetic and engaging resources, news, and storytelling.
Many communities continue to make freewill gifts and donations to the work of CCVT over and above the Ministry Contribution. These are some of the ways you can contribute to the work of CCVT through financial giving.
CCVT is committed to our churches and agencies being safe places for everyone. New and updated policies and resources are being made available.
Churches of Christ aim to have mission as a priority, being a sign, witness, and foretaste of the Kingdom of God.
Churches of Christ celebrate lifelong learning, nurturing and deepening faith, and leading spiritual formation for everyone.
Churches of Christ take seriously our responsibility to steward the resources, properties, and people in our Communities, and release them in mission as part of the Kingdom of God.
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.
Save The Date: May 12-14, 2020
The annual CCVT Summit for 2020 will be held over Tuesday May 12 and Thursday May 14, 2020, at One Community Church in Blackburn, Victoria.
In September 2019 the Victorian Government and the VIT introduced a new requirement whereby people holding VIT registration must also link their VIT registration number to organisations outside of their employment where they work with children, eg. churches and youth groups. If a teacher&rsq... READ MORE
Under the Children, Youth and Families Act, people in religious ministries are now mandatory reporters of child abuse to Child Protection Services. Mandatory reporting refers to the legal requirement for nominated groups to report a reasonable belief of ph... READ MORE
A addendum has been added to the CCVT Accreditation and Endorsement Policy to articulate requriements and processes for people in Specific Ministry.