Meet The Committee

Sam Anderson

University of Queensland

Hi and welcome to CCM UQ, if this is your first time hearing about campus ministry, or maybe you’ve been a part for many years, it’s my hope and prayer that you will find what you’ve been looking for. We are an active group on the UQ St Lucia campus meeting twice a week for our “campus cause” along with our weekly life group bible study groups.

There is an expression behind everything we do, “I was, I found Jesus, now I am” this changed my life four years ago, and it can change yours too! Take that step, send that message, and ask that friend and get in touch, we look forward to knowing you more and welcoming you into the CCM family.

God Bless, Sam


Dominic Chow

Queensland University of Technology

Hello from everyone here at CCM QUT! We are an active club on campus that meet at many different locations across both QUT campuses every Friday night to eat together, have bible discussions, and share life with one another. It’s a fantastic platform to get to know more about Christianity and our student community too.

Our groups are closely knit like family and we believe in doing life together (hence, why we call these life groups).So do reach out to us, bring a friend even!

I personally consider it a blessing to be part of this community and we hope you can come join us and feel the same way too!


Adrian Lim

Griffith University

CCM GU is a multicultural, open, loving and caring community where judgment and fear do not exist, and the truth is its substance, the oneness of the body is expressed. There is no division, and mutual caring for one another is manifested. This is the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship ideology we shared and continued steadfastly from house to house.

We believe that fellowship is a place of grace, where mistakes aren’t rubbed in but rubbed out. Fellowship happens when mercy wins over justice and people strengthen each other in all labour, to rest on each other in all sorrow, to minister to each other in all pain, to be one with each other in silent unspeakable memories at the moment of the last parting.