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.
We believe that CCVT will be doing better at building Communities of Hope and Compassion and developing Leaders to lead them when each place of ministry and mission affiliated with CCVT is a Safe Place for everyone to grow in their discipleship of Jesus, and in their relationships with one another.
The CCVT Code of Ethics for Ministers policy covers all People in Ministry in CCVT affiliated churches and agencies.
This policy replaces the former Practice of Ministry, Code of Ethics document.