City Life Church, Cambridge started 24 years ago with a vision, passion and boldness to do something risky. It's been a blast, and like everything worthwhile, it's been difficult as well as joyous. Still, we see God has brought our time to an end. As of June 10th CLC Cambridge will disperse, sending our final number out to change the world--the mission God gave us right from the very start. Thank you to everyone who's joined the amazing adventure! There is so much to be grateful for. We still identify as family and we remain friends as we enjoy finding out what God has for us all next. --Kevin, Tom, Lyn & Tim
I love worshiping Him by singing. It’s my favourite way to express my love to Him with others. But do you know what’s good about getting out of the four walls of our church meeting place? Witness!
Yes, our lives speak of Him every day. At the school gate in our relationships and at workplace–the respect and value we have for people is a witness to the God we serve and the Life of Him in us–as individuals.
But what about when we get out in the community to serve those He loves? We are taking action to communicate the Gospel to people who won’t hear it in our church gatherings. We are showing His love to those in a way that I think are answers to prayers for His beloved! And we are doing together what we can’t do alone. The Bible verse about a chord of three strings is not easily broken is used as an analogy for husband, wife and God. It can be used for us as His people working together too.
The Chesterton Festival, on June 17th, is a community event where we have can work together to express His unconditional love for unchurched in our community.
Similarly, this Sunday, 30th April, we can meet together at Daily Bread to litter pick the area and pray as an act of worship, being church without walls!