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The Christian Counselling Centre exists to help hurting people byproviding professional counselling and educational resources that inspire growth in relationships withGod, others and self in an accepting, caring, confidential environment.

We offer counselling to anyone for spiritual, emotional, social,behavioral, interpersonal, pre-marital, familyand AIDS related issues.

Pastor Frederick Arnett Sermon

Scripture: Matthew 7:1-1

May 27th 2018 

Jesus tells us to examine our own motives and conduct instead of judging others. The traits that bother us in others are often the habits we dislike in ourselves. Our untamed bad habits and behavior patterns are the very ones that we most want to change in others.


Enjoy this article written by Jeffarah Gibson, Tribunes Features Writer


     We opened our doors in New Providence early in 1986 responding to the great need for help by cocaine addicts and their families. After providing treatment for substance abuse issues for two years, we shifted our focus to providing family support services in the Adaline B Russell Building, Collins Avenue. The accomplishments of the center through its 26 years of existence, were recently celebrated with a special service at Calvary Bible Church.

     The CCC was born out of a ministry at the church and now provides counselling to individuals, couples, families, and groups for a number of issues including marriage, family, behavioral, interpersonal, grief, HIV/AIDS support, spiritual, emotional, stress and anger management.

     "We did not want the centre to be denominational. This was why we went on our own because we did not want to have people looking at us as if we only catered to a specific denomination," said Pastor Frederick Arnett, executive director.

   "The CCC exists to help hurting people by providing professional counselling and educational resources that inspire growth in relationships with God, others and self in an accepting, caring, confidential environment", said Pastor Arnett.

Interviewee Pastor Frederick Arnett