We think that Jesus is brilliant – and we want to spread the good news about him to as many people as we can.

A big part of this is each of us sharing with our friends, neighbours and others in our lives. Another part of it is starting new sites and churches in different parts of Manchester and around the world.

Recently we have sensed God leading us to start six new sites.

In practice, what this means is that we want to get loads of prayer meetings going for different areas and people groups, and then see what God does with them. Some will grow into sites. Others might remain as community groups or prayer gatherings – and that’s absolutely okay! Just as in 1 Samuel 14, Jonathan turned to his armour bearer and said (paraphrasing), ‘let’s have a go and see what God does with it’, so we say the same with these prayer groups.

Would you join us to pray?


Our newest site, CCM Reddish, launched on Sunday 6th February and now meets every Sunday at 10:30am at Broadstone Hall School, Broadstone Hall Road, SK4 5JD


We have started a bilingual site of CCM in Spanish and English. At the moment we have a group of Latin Americans who we are building community with and we have started having a Sunday meeting every other week at 2.00pm, Luther King House, Brighton Grove, M14 5JP.

For more information, please contact Rosie Crooks.


We want to launch a new congregation in the Northern Quarter. We currently have a community group who are praying for this who meet every Tuesday at 7pm.

For more information, please contact Tim Simmonds.


We are partnering with churches in other European countries in praying for international church planting, and we are particularly praying for a new church in Munich.  

For more information, please contact Tim Simmonds.


We currently have a group meeting to study the Bible and pray in Hindi and are praying for a Hindi speaking congregation. We currently meet every other Saturday morning at 11am and then eat lunch together afterwards.

For more information, please contact Sojo Thomas.


We are praying for a congregation to be planted into Denton and gathering from time to time to pray together about this. 

For more information, please contact Andy Armstrong.