A warm and caring family
committed to Jesus Christ
Jama'at Al_Masih - a
church of Christ
following the final testament of Almighty God (Heb 9) - The New
Testament, the last revelation of the one true God eternally revealed in
three distinct Persons - the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Christ died - that's
history; Christ died for ME - that's SALVATION!
This year's one day
Lectureship - Saturday 10 October, 2015
Theme - Growing the Church,
all are welcome, no cost, free book and refreshments.
"Thanks be to God for His unspeakable Gift." (2 Cor.9:15)
There are no words that can describe the gift of God to man. No lips can
speak the love God has for His creation, Because of His love, The Father
gave the gift of His Own Son... to be our Saviour.
It has been said: "He came from the bosom of the Father to the bosom of a
woman. He put on humanity that we might put on divinity. He became the
son of a man that we might become the sons of God. He came from heaven
where the rivers never freeze, and the winds never blow, where the frost
never chills the air, and flower never fade. He healed the sick without
medicine, and made no charge for His service. He never wrote a book, but
many thousands of books have been written about Him. He never wrote a
song, yet He has furnished the reason for more than all the songs ever
"... the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world"
Schedule of meetings:
Sunday morning (first day of the week) Bible study at 10:30. Four classes including toddlers,
children, teen and adult, to suit all ages and needs.
Worship, including breaking of bread each Sunday, at 11:30.
the fourth Sunday of each month we normally hold a fellowship meal
(Pot-luck) after the worship and on other occasions when we have
visiting preachers/gospel meetings. There is no Pot-luck in August.
Throughout the year we will be hosting an number of topics on the theme
of - is God pleased? For more details click on the link below:
- All are welcome -
Plenty of free parking is available at our venue.
Our preacher is Keith Sisman. To contact Keith please click on the logo below for
phone, fax, snail-mail and email options.
Cambridge contact, Joan Moulton - 01223-210101.
Postal/mailing Address -
PO BOX 1
Huntingdon, PE26 2YZ
The Cambridge City Church of Christ is a
congregation of believers who have been baptised upon confession, by
immersion, for the remission of their sins whereby they are added to the
church of our Lord, the Church of Christ - Mark 16:15,16 Acts 8:37,38
Rom 2:38, Acts 22:16 Acts 2:47 and Romans 16:16.
We have no creeds, we deny innovations such Arminism, Calvinism and
Augustinianism theology, having rejected original sin and accordingly,
infant baptism, holding the scriptures as supreme authority in
all things. We reject the clergy/laity system practising the universal
priesthood of believers (1 Peter chapter 2). We believe in three persons in the Godhead, The Father, The Son and
The Holy Spirit, as proved in the Old and New Testaments.
The church of Christ is not a new church, such congregations have been meeting in Britain and
Europe for over a thousand years, the first meeting in Jerusalem on the
first Pentecost after the Resurrection. For this reason we are not Roman
Catholic, Protestant or Anglican, but Christians only. Churches of
Christ have met in the Cambridge area prior to the reformation at
Chesterton in the mid 1400s, then later in Hog Hill (now Downing Street) in the 1600 and
We are located conveniently close to Huntingdon, St. Ives,
Peterborough, Newmarket, Ely, Saffron Walden, Braintree, Chemsford, Stevenage,
Bury St. Edmunds, St. Neots, Bedford, Ipswich, Kings Lynn and the USAF bases at
Lakenheath, Mildenhall and Alconbury. The congregation is a mixture USA military
and British citizens, young and old. We have excellent parking where we meet.
- Need a lift to church? We have drivers picking up
people from the Lakenheath, Huntingdon and Cambridge areas, if you need a ride,
you are welcome
HM Government writes the ancient
Celtic Church out of British history, and rewrites the age of Christianity by
dating its origin to the sixth century, making it no older than Islam.
Click on the link below to learn more.
Below, Kings College in the snow, one of Cambridge's