The Centre encourages a deeper understanding of the worldwide and missionary nature of the Christian Church. It maintains a distinctive balance between study and engagement. The staff welcome members of the public, students and researchers to use its resources.
The Encounter scheme offers cross-cultural placements for young people and encourages reflective engagement in mission.
"We came back changed...to live differently."Geni, student, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.
Lecture & Seminars
A wide range of interdisciplinary papers analysing expressions of Christianity acoss the globe
“Scholarship, intellectual stimulation, warm hospitality and superb resources for serious study of Christianity as a multi-cultural religion." Prof Dana L. Robert, Boston University
Library & Archive
A significant missiological library, with a rich archival collection
"It is a real joy to browse the unrivalled collection." Revd Ming Shun Chiang, Minister of Methodist Church in Singapore.
Encouraging research across the globe
"A Centre with a heartbeat for better understanding of Christian mission work in a multi-cultural and global context." Dr Paddy Musana, Makerere University, Kampala.
Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide is an associate member of the Cambridge Theological Federation. Its Director is affiliated to the Divinity Faculty of Cambridge University.
Name Change For HMC
The HMC will be known as the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide from April 2014.
Dear Friends, The Henry Martyn Trust has some exciting news to share with you. In June 2014 the Centre will move to purpose-designed premises within Westminster College. We will be able to hold events ...
CCCW Library and Archives closure
Due to the relocating of the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide to its new Centr...
CCCW WW1 archives
A small selection of WW1 archive material has been added to the CCCW website. To vie...
Christianity in East Asia Essay Competition 2014
The Cambridge Centre for Chritianity Worldwide invites students of post-graduate degrees and th...
14th May, 2014 - Language, Religion & Conversion in the Work of Ahmad Faris al-Shidyaq
Speaker: Elspeth Carruthers, SOAS, London. Time: 4:30pm. Venue: Lightfoot Room, Divinity Faculty, West Rd, Cambridge.
The Henry Martyn Trust was established in 1881 in memory of the Bible translator, Henry Martyn. It has promoted engagement and reflection on Christian mission ever since. It owns the Henry Martyn Hall. All its activities now take place in the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide.
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