Who We Are

We are Christian students in Cambridge who love our Lord Jesus Christ and desire to pursue Him and grow together. We share the common faith that all believers do, and we meet regularly throughout the week to enjoy singing, prayer, fellowship and reading God’s word together. We also enjoy the support of local Christian families who open their homes (pre-covid!) and hearts to us, cook for us, and care for us as fellow brothers and sisters in the Lord. We welcome everyone who is seeking to know more about God and His living word, the Bible. Come and see!

Refreshers January 2022

Welcome all refreshers! (Welcome back all!)

We’re really glad to have you here with us in Cambridge! 

If you signed up at the Refreshers’ Fair on 17 January, please sign up again using the link below. Our connection had an issue on the day. Sorry for the inconvenience!

Weekly Bible Studies
Every Thursday and Friday Evening

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We look forward to learning to know and experience Christ together more this coming year!

This term (Spring 2022) in our Thursday and Friday Bible Studies we continue diving into “Bible Lessons Series: Fundamental Truth” which covers the following topics:

1. Our Common Faith
2. The Bible—The God-Breathed Word
3. The Triune God
4. The Wonderful Person of Christ
5. The Excellent Work of Christ
6. Experiencing the All-Inclusive Spirit
7. God’s Judicial Redemption
8. God’s Organic Salvation
9. God’s Economy
10. The Vision of the Church
11. The Universal and Local Church
12. Knowing the Body of Christ

To find out more, leave your contact details here:

Cambridge University Student Union page
Christians at Uni

Meet us! Get in contact, we would love to meet you in person or online 🙂

What We Believe

We hold to the faith common to all believers, namely that:

  • The Bible is the Word of God, written under His inspiration word by word (2 Tim. 3:16), and is the complete and only written divine revelation of God to man (Deut. 4:2; 12:32; Prov. 30:5-6; Rev. 22:18-19).
  • There is one God (Deut. 6:4; 1 Cor. 8:4b; Isa. 45:5a), who is triune—the Father, the Son, and the Spirit (Matt. 28:19), co-existing (Matt. 3:16-17; 2 Cor. 13:14) and coinhering (John 14:10-11) in three persons, or hypostases, distinct but never separate, from eternity to eternity.
  • Christ, the only begotten Son of God (John 1:18; 3:16), even God Himself (John 1:1), became a genuine man through incarnation (John 1:14), having both the divine and human natures (Rom. 9:5; 1 Tim. 2:5), the two natures being combined in one person and being preserved distinctly without confusion or change and without forming a third nature.
  • Christ died for our sins and was raised bodily from the dead (1 Cor. 15:3-4; Acts 4:10; Rom. 8:34), has been exalted to the right hand of God as Lord of all (Acts 5:31; 10:36), and will return as the Bridegroom for His bride, the church (John 3:29; Rev. 19:7), and as the King of kings to rule over the nations (Rev. 11:15; 19:16).
  • Salvation is by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone (Eph. 2:5, 8) and in His completed work, resulting in our justification before God (Rom. 3:24, 28; Gal. 2:16) and in our being born of God to be His children (John 1:12-13).
  • The church as the unique Body of Christ, the issue of the work of Christ (Eph. 1:22-23), is composed of all genuine believers in Christ (Rom. 12:5; 1 Cor. 12:12) and, according to the New Testament revelation, is manifested in time and space in local churches, each of which includes all the believers in a given city, regardless of where they meet or how they may otherwise identify themselves (1 Cor. 1:2; 1 Thes. 1:1; Rev. 1:11).
  • All the believers in Christ will participate in the divine blessings in the New Jerusalem in the new heaven and new earth for eternity (Rev. 21:1-2, Rev. 22:3-5).