Henry Martyn Trust

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.

 

 

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CCCW WELCOMES YOU...

to encounter other cultures
We nurture interest in the world church. We provide placements for young people. If you're between 18-40 find out how the Centre can help you.

TO BROWSE THE LIBRARY
You will find books and periodicals from around the world. Discover how you can become a member of the library

TO STUDY THE ARCHIVES
Our missionary papers from 19th and 20th centuries are relevant for religious and social history, anthropology and international relations. 

TO LINK WITH CAMBRIDGE THEOLOGICAL FEDERATION AND THE DIVINITY FACULTY
We are an associate member of CTF. You are welcome to the open seminars we run with the Faculty.

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Free audio tour of Henry Martyn's Cambridge
Henry Martyn, the 19th century Cambridge scholar, translated the New Testament into Urdu, Persian and Judaeo-Persic. ...

Christianity in East Asia Essay Writing Competition 2015
The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide invites students of post-graduate degrees and those who have recently co...

Opening Hours

CCCW is OPEN to the public, researchers and students.

Monday – Thursday 9.00am – 4.30pm
Last admittance – 4.00pm
Closed for lunch -1-1.30pm
Friday   -  9.00am -1pm

Librarian available: Wednesday, Thursday & Friday; 9am-1pm
Archivist available: Monday & Tuesday;
9am - 1pm    

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The Henry Martyn Trust

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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