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Cafe Care : Loving God Loving Others

What a privilege it was to see the wonderful work Café Care at Clayton Church of Christ do each Monday night. We were able to witness the sharing of the gospel over dinner and journey with many in need on a cold winter’s night. The assistance Cafe Care provide is sincere, warm & personable. Bill Pontikis, Community Care & Crisis… Read more →

Door of Hope lives up to its name

Always great to catch up with Andrew Fair (Chair), pictured alongside Stuart Campbell (CCFS), Troy Roberts (COO) and Anne-Maree Harback (CFO) at Door of Hope Christian Church in Launceston. They are a church that never stands still. Always looking for new ways to add value to their community. In addition to a gym, cafe, medical suites, conference centre and early… Read more →

CMA Conference 2023

CCFS was privileged to attended the recent CMA Conference in Brisbane. CMA is a hub for leaders, managers and board members of Christian organisations. There is nothing like connecting with like-minded professionals and being inspired by amazing speakers. So many great ideas and insights shared. Pictured are CCFS’s National Relationship Manager, Stuart Campbell with Liz Hunter (CCVT Chair), Murray Baird… Read more →

2023 Indue Leadership Summit

It was great to catch up with many from the mutual banking sector at the Indue Leadership Summit recently. There was a strong commitment to protecting investors, reducing frauds and scams through presentations from Emma Alberici – Economic Commentator, Bob Hedges – Chief Data Officer, Visa Global, Edgar Zayas – Director Global Advisory, BioCatch, Andrew Black – Managing Director, ConnectID,… Read more →

CCVT 2023 LIFT Summit

It was great to see so many of our Victorian and Tasmanian churches at the 2023 Churches of Christ LIFT summit recently. CCFS appreciated the opportunity to have a stand and provide delegates with an update about another record breaking year! We are grateful for the ongoing support and investments of our member churches & congregation members who help fund… Read more →

110 years of God’s faithfulness at Basso

Basso church has been part of the Bassendean community since 1913, when their original timber chapel was erected in one day. 110 years later, on Sunday 12th February, Basso held the official opening of their new auditorium. Celebrating the opening was Les Butcher (pictured), pointing to a photo of the congregation and himself as a baby in about 1940. Les… Read more →

A renewed vision for Gawler

Scott Combridge has ministered at Hewett Community Church/Gawler Church of Christ for the past 13 years. The church is still considered a pioneering congregation, partnering with the Hewett Council to manage a dedicated function and community centre. A partnership of this type wasn’t unusual. The church had previously partnered with the Hewett Council and Education Department in South Australia, establishing… Read more →

Special EFTPOS offer for Churches of Christ

CCFS has negotiated a special group offer for Churches of Christ. Here are some of the benefits: Mobile and cabled terminals provided by NAB Free on-site instructions and demonstration Next day funds settlement Concessional pricing on terminal rental and transactions (see our website for details) No application fee No minimum term agreement No cancellation fee No church credit assessment required… Read more →

Here’s how your investment can reduce your church’s interest bill

Church Builder Interest Offset accounts are one of two different offset accounts offered by CCFS. This product is available to church congregation members who wish to provide financial assistance for their church’s building activities. How does it work? CCFS holds the investment on behalf of the investor, with the investor always retaining ownership and control over their investment, whilst “donating”… Read more →