City Changers Institute

Brooklyn, Pretoria East, Gauteng

Non-Profit Organisations

112 Anderson Street
Brooklyn
Pretoria East
City of Tshwane
Gauteng
0063
Contact Number
012 362 1396
Email
[email protected]
Website
https://www.doxadeo.org/cci/

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City Changers Institute

City Changers Institute - City Changers are people who live with passion and purpose, who are fully alive in Christ and who live to see their cities being transformed into places where God reigns!

We truly seek to not only equip our students with the highest standards of academic development and practical experience training, but also to do this from a Christ-Centred Foundation. The outcome - individuals who collectively take up the responsibility of leading their local city to a place of restoration and wellbeing. 

Starting from 2021, the City Changers Institute has an online platform, where you are able to access video presentations, written session notes on important aspects and engage with the online learning centres to enable you to become a City Changer that can go out and equip other City Changers!

The CITY CHANGERS EQUIPPING PROGRAM is a 2-year season of accelerated personal growth. CCEP empowers City Changers to discover and implement the outcomes of Doxa Deo’s Discipleship processes. Through CCEP, City Changers will be equipped to engage effectively with the various ministry processes and leadership structures in their Doxa Deo Campus (or local church). Those who engage in this process will spend time with leaders from across the Doxa Deo Family who will share their insights and experiences, facilitating discussions on the core elements of Doxa Deo’s vision, mission, message and calling.

City Changers, as the name suggests, change cities!

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Monday to Friday: 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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