Christian Community Churches of New Zealand is a movement of independent local churches, and the regional camps and national ministries that support them, working together to reach New Zealand for Jesus Christ.
Mark Grace serves as Ambassador for CCCNZ. As Ambassador, Mark spends his time building the CCCNZ team and encouraging the wider movement to continue to have confidence in the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ. Mark comes to the role from a background in Pastoral Ministry; 15 years in Student Ministry; strategic roles in the Mission, Aid and Development sector in New Zealand. Mark attends Feilding Bible Chapel with his wife Emma and their three children.
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CCCNZ has partnered with the Auckland Partnership of Assemblies (APA), a voluntary association of Christian Brethren and Associated Church leaders serving the greater Auckland region. Their mission is to foster opportunities for evangelism, growth and development by encouraging, partnering, and equipping; and to network, communicate, and share resources (people, skills, information, facilities and finance) to facilitate this.
CCCNZ is accountable to its Linked-In churches and support ministries through the trust board.
The board is made up of six representatives from local churches and up to five from support ministries. The Board can appoint one independent member.
All trustee elections and appointments are for three years, with re-election or re-appointment allowed, but there is a term limit of 3 consecutive terms.
The CCCNZ Board acts to serve Linked-In churches in making policy, initiating projects, and fulfilling CCCNZ's legal responsibilities, as detailed in the trust deed. The board is also responsible for employing staff to help serve these churches and fulfill CCCNZ's vision.