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Inspired by KRUMP

Check out this powerful piece from our last Cypher Church event. KRUMP is a dance movement regarded for its aggressive style. This expressions blows that assumption out of the water. Props to Oliver and Alberts from Empirical...

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Special August Cypher Church Event Video

Have a look inside. You may be wondering if we’re just a bboy/bgirl community. No. We’re a church bent to embrace the outsider, the people who’d otherwise never fit into contemporary/institutional church. This particular month we had this flavour….     Cypher Church | August Bboy Styles from Yiptography Productions on...

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Your Wholeness Found in Community

There are so many stories about Jesus healing people. Think about one now. Maybe the woman who touched the cloak of Jesus and was healed from her bleeding? The men healed from leprosy, blindness, lameness? Jesus offered (and was THE) a foretaste of what God had in mind for creation–to restore all things. Or to put another way, to right all of the wrongs. That’s why he performed so many miracles. But crazy miraculous healings wasn’t only about restoring someone to physical health. Rather, Jesus knew there was a deeper level. 2000 years ago (and similar today unfortunately), if...

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Repair and restore the streets of our city

If you’ve seen the pictures or connected to an event you’ll notice Cypher Church is different. It’s unlike any church service you’ve probably seen. We’re not chasing a different kind of religion, rather, we’re after a movement to transform the people in our city. Religion says, “believe in the right things and looks like us.” Movement asks how do your gifts and abilities elevate the dream God has to turn all of the wrongs right from your network, neighborhood, city, and beyond. Cypher Church chases the movement Jesus started. It’s one for the mavericks, the dreamers, the innovators, the...

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you deserve what you crave

Have you ever met someone so self-absorbed or overly concerned about what others think of them they’re hard to be around? Consumerism contributes to a lifestyle that overvalues accumulating stuff and desires. It presumes worth is connected to the accumulation of things for others to see. It suggests whatever you crave, you deserve, and should be able to purchase for your own enjoyment. We ironically devalue ourselves by trying to purchase the very best “selves”, and when that doesn’t work, we live vicariously through others who can wishing to be like them. Do you know someone like this? Consumerism...

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