City Life is a family of families who love God and Cambridge. Learn more about us, say hello. We welcome you to try out one of our meetings. We exist to help each other, and our city, and see Jesus realised in our communities.
We have a purpose that’s bigger than just you and me. Come help us figure it out together. We were never meant to live our lives without each other and He loves you dearly. Our first Vision Sunday is 15th January. See our calendar for details.
One of the great things about our yearly Plumbline Leaders Retreat is Jean, from HCC, sharing a quiet and gentle Word of prophecy with folks one on one. She uses beautiful picture postcards to kickstart Father talking to you through her.
Here’s the one she gave me this year. The Word accompanying it was a simple: Sometimes Father wants you to relax. There was more, but see her in the background of these photos? That’s her in the middle sharing with another:
We had good input from SimonMatthews, other leaders in Plumbline, and very valuable relationship time to make new friends and deepen existing ones with our spiritual family members from Plumbline Ireland and Plumbline UK.
Tim shared about how we can run up our ‘rev counter’ like a car but need to be prepared to change gears–shifting up as well as shifting down, depending on what’s right in His timing for us.
Rosemary‘s stories were my favourites and Graeme‘s gift for teaching always shines through too. All these recordings and the rest are on the Plumbline Facebook page for you to check out to get a sense of the Plumbline Ireland’s sense of humour, our DNA of reality and faith, and good solid guidance.
We are thankful for generous giving of CLCers that will help us to give to people for missionary work in Morocco, fighting sex trafficing in Moscow, church planting in Great Britain, emergency aid around the globe, as well as community needs in Cambridge and supporting Christians in Parliament! Most of all, we are thankful for our generous Father God who gives us every good thing that we enjoy.
What is Baptism and why might you choose to participate in such a ceremony?
It’s like a cucumber being dunked and becoming a pickle. The Christ follower is dunked temporarily, but the permanent change to the gerkin signifies the fact that we as Christians are never the same again! We are a new creation.