Connected Community Learning (CCL) was set up in the year 2000 as an experimental not-for-profit eLearning organisation providing opportunities for laypeople anywhere in the world to learn more about their faith. The project gained new momentum through partnership with the Diocese of Norwich in 2011, at a time when both technology (broadband becoming commonplace) and culture (people's 'comfort' with the on-line environment) had changed dramatically for the better.
This, CCL's, website, derives its name from Ephesians 4.12, in which Paul writes of "equip[ping] the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ", 'saints' being no more nor less than followers of Jesus. We are all called to minister, to "serve up" if you will, God's grace, mercy, love and truth. We all need equipping for that purpose, which is what CCL is about.