Note: this is a copy of the CICCU web-site as it appeared
when I (John Penton) finished maintaining it. It exists purely for
demonstration and does not represent the current CICCU site
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The Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union (CICCU) brings together students from many denominational backgrounds with the following intention:
Recognising Christ's commission to make disciples of all nations, we, in God's strength, seek to:
These aims mean that the
'CICCU exists to make Jesus Christ known to students in Cambridge'
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University life presents Christians with a great opportunity to show the difference that our faith makes to our lives. As Christians we need to live distinctive God-centred lives, developing a clearer understanding of what the Bible says and seeking to present the good news of the Gospel to those around us.
As a body of Christians belonging to different college Christian Unions we all have the same common aims as outlined at the top of this page. At a college level we are able to make friends and support each other more personally in our individual evangelism. As the combined body of CICCU we have further opportunities to learn from experienced Bible teachers, hear the Gospel presented clearly at evangelistic events and broaden our World vision for God's work. These meetings help us achieve our aims; they are not, however, aims in themselves. We support one another in prayer, Bible study, teaching and worship so that we can develop our relationship with Christ, and be constant witnesses for Him.
CICCU is a member of the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship (UCCF) which is itself affiliated to the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES). With these groups we share a doctrinal basis which is an expression of the basic biblical truths which underlie all we do.
CICCU is not a church and does not perform all the functions of the many good local churches. We all benefit from participating in one of the local congregations, who support us in the exciting, challenging and rewarding work of witnessing to the University.
CICCU Web Pages. Last updated 16/3/99. Comments or questions to: email@example.com