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WHAT WE DO 2 2018-06-29T08:53:36+00:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

KIDS CHURCH

During our 10am Sunday Service

Our heart is that your kids would love their church and that we would help them to connect with others and with their God. Our belief is that God can be discovered and encountered no matter how old someone is; our age-specific ministries support and encourage this for your children.

For us there is no greater joy than to see you coming as a family every week to discover, connect with and encounter Christ and all He has for you and your children.

Overflow Kids takes place on Sundays and is part of our Sunday gatherings.

KIDS CHURCH

Kids program during our 10am Sunday Service

Our heart is that your kids would love their church and that we would help them to connect with others and with their God. Our belief is that God can be discovered and encountered no matter how old someone is; our age-specific ministries support and encourage this for your children.

For us there is no greater joy than to see you coming as a family every week to discover, connect with and encounter Christ and all He has for you and your children.

Overflow Kids takes place on Sundays and is part of our Sunday gatherings.

VOLTAGE YOUTH

Every Sunday night of the school term

Voltage is a place for young people to come and be themselves, make friends and learn more about God. All of this in a drug and alcohol free environment. We meet every Sunday night of the school term. We start at 6:30pm and wrap things up at 8:00pm. Voltage is open to grades 7-12 and held in the C3 Church auditorium. Pickup and drop off at 1 Parker Street, and entry via the ramp into the courtyard. Our friendly leaders welcome you through the doors, and make you feel part of the family.

All of our leaders also have a current WWVP card, and a passion for seeing young people reach their full potential. A typical night is usually mixes up between awesome games, connecting in small groups, praise and worship, and a positive message from one of our leaders. To find out what’s in the mix for this week, check our recent posts on our Facebook page.

VOLTAGE YOUTH

Every Sunday night of the school term

Voltage is a place for young people to come and be themselves, make friends and learn more about God. All of this in a drug and alcohol free environment. We meet every Sunday night of the school term. We start at 6:30pm and wrap things up at 8:00pm. Voltage is open to grades 7-12 and held in the C3 Church auditorium. Pickup and drop off at 1 Parker Street, and entry via the ramp into the courtyard. Our friendly leaders welcome you through the doors, and make you feel part of the family.

All of our leaders also have a current WWVP card, and a passion for seeing young people reach their full potential. A typical night is usually mixes up between awesome games, connecting in small groups, praise and worship, and a positive message from one of our leaders. To find out what’s in the mix for this week, check our recent posts on our Facebook page.

EVERYWOMAN

Major events held throughout the year

Everywoman was birthed out of a desire to see women arise and become all that God has destined them to be through teaching, celebrating and modeling the principles that God has given us to flourish in life! Everywoman is multi-generational and is a ministry that equips and empowers every woman to live the life that God has called her to live. The Everywoman team host incredible events throughout the year. From pamper nights to second-hand clothing fundraisers, there is something for everyone, at every stage of life.

REAL MEN

Meet first Friday of each month

Real Men is designed to build better men by developing character, strengthening marriages and families, shaping appropriate perspectives, breaking destructive lifestyles, valuing healthy relationships, and establishing positive role models.

Real Men of C3 Devonport meet the first Friday night of every month, to have a feed, talk “men’s stuff”, and connect in a relaxed environment with some food and drink.

It’s amazing what can take place while connecting over a meal in a safe and friendly environment.

To find out more information, message Ron Kamphuis on Facebook using the button below.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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CONNECT GROUPS

C3 Church Devonport believes in bringing connection, care, and personal support to everyone.

One of the best ways to get connected into the life of the church is being part of a Connect Group. Our connect groups are designed to be fun and casual, and to bring connection and personal support in a low-key environment.

We have a range of groups that cater to different ages and stages of life. Running fortnightly over different days and times, we know there is one perfect for you.

It’s a chance to socialise, have a cuppa, read the word, pray and simply do life together!

If you are new here or looking at coming along, we encourage you to join a connect group! You can chat to us at our weekly Sunday services about finding the right group for you.

Devonport Chaplaincy

Devonport Chaplaincy is an initiative of the Churches of Devonport (DCLA).

It is one of the ways we serve together to impact future generations and our local community. This involvement has been through providing mentors to the available programs as listed on the site. Click here to visit DCLA’s website.

Devonport Chaplaincy is the local church in action. Our commitment is to serving our schools by establishing holistic support and care for students and their families through our chaplains and volunteer networks. For more information, visit www.devonportchaplaincy.org.au

The Princess Project

Impoverished Cambodian children walk the streets day and night, rummaging through rubbish bins, collecting recyclable items to sell. These children are at risk of being enticed or forced into the sex industry. The purpose of the Princess Project is to prevent children from being trafficked and prevent sexual violence against vulnerable women & children.

They do this by enrolling them in school, keeping them off the streets, ensuring they have safe accommodation, food, water and medical care. The project also helps their siblings and provides free vocational training for their parent or guardian, enabling the whole family to be lifted up and out of poverty.

Each year we financially support the project and send a group of people to serve on the ground in Cambodia. If you would like to know more about this please get in touch Ps Sharon Webber.

For more information on the project or to make a donation, head over to www.princessproject.com.au