Please have a look around the site and get to know us. We would also love to see you at one of our Sunday family worship meetings. We meet at 10:30 every Sunday Morning at Attleborough Junior School (Besthorpe Road). You would be most welcome!
Christ Community Church is part of the Relational Mission family of churches.
What is Relational Mission?
Relational Mission is a growing family of churches from different countries, led by Mike Betts and his team.
We are part of Newfrontiers, a group of apostolic leaders, together with their teams and churches, united on global mission and by core values and genuine relationships. Newfrontiers represents a worldwide network of more than 850 churches in 60 nations.
You’ll find Relational Mission churches predominantly across the East of England (UK), mainland Europe and Canada.
MISSION AND CULTURE
Relational Mission is all about family – but not simply in the cosy sense of enjoying great relationships. It’s also about reproducing itself, about passing on its DNA, seeing spiritual fathers and mothers raise spiritual sons and daughters. Informally, we think of this as multiplying apostolic spheres in the nations by raising up spiritual sons. Parenting is at the heart of family, and spiritual parenting is at the heart of Relational Mission.
– See more at: http://www.relationalmission.com
James and his family moved to Attleborough in April of 2007 and shortly afterward, joined Christ Community Church after a neighbour dropped a church leaflet through their letter box. “A ‘God-coincidence’ – as we had prayed and planned to move out of the city and into a community where we could sow and be sown into. Our old vicar in London, knowing our hearts, had tipped us off to look for a Newfrontiers affiliate church “where God’s kingdom work is being done in the community”. So when the Christ Community Church leaflet arrived through our letter box, Ruth and I looked at each other and smiled – knowing God was on the move!”
James is married to Ruth and they have two gorgeous children: Alexander and Breanna-Elisa. Both Ruth and James come from a project management background and often have their ‘fingers in many pies’ of both church and non church related activities.
Rob is the Emerge Team Leader at Christ Community Church. Rob and Christine moved to Attleborough in 2006 to be part of Christ Community Church. Rob works full time for the church, organising the daily ins and outs that running a church involves and supporting its members. One of the many tasks include visiting local leaders and organisations to share our willingness to serve the community and build the church up in this town. He loves cheesy Christian music, FOOD and visiting random places he’s never been before.
Rob is Married to Christine and they have two wonderful children together; Ophelia and Sebastian. Christine is also one of the churches Cell Group leaders. Rob also loves to pour his passion and talent for writing worship songs into his leading worship in church. If you join us on a Sunday morning you will probably hear one of Rob’s songs being sung!
“Man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy him Forever” Westminster Shorter Catechism
Roy is part of the Emerge Team at Christ Community Church. He is married to Sylvia and they have two grown up children, Daniel and Naomi. Roy was a founder member and elder for many years of Diss Christian Community Church. He has a vision to see a church that is both authentic yet relevant: “a glorious church”. He also has a passion to support new church plants in former Soviet Union Countries. Roy and Sylvia enjoy hill/trail walking and cycling.
The title of a book by Arthur Wallis: “In the Day of Thy Power”