We are committed to Gospel unity and transformation of the City of Durban
We seek to disciple students on our local university campus and include students in the family life of the church
We are committed to community
To be a healthy,
with other churches.
We believe the message about Jesus Christ is entirely relevant to every area of our lives today
We believe the gospel brings diverse people together into a community that is multi-generational, multi-cultural and multi-national
We believe the message of the gospel pushes us towards the real everyday issues of our society, where we are called to engage as salt and light
where we are
Master Builders Centre
40 Essex Terrace
what we do
meet the team
Peter and Sandy Watt
Peter & Sandy Watt were married in 1999 and have two children
– Hannah and Elijah. They live happily in Durban and are currently the lead pastors of (3C) Church.
They have been involved in Christian ministry in different forms for most of their lives, which has included fulltime pastoral ministry since 1997, and planting (3C) Church with a team in 2013.
They lived in Mozambique while helping to establish local churches over a period of 5 years (2002-2006) and continue to work in to other African nations, including Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, and Zambia.
Apart from leading (3C) Church, Peter and Sandy are involved in a number of collaborative ministries which focus on connecting people, sectors, churches and ministries within cities and nations. These include One New Humanity, City Story, and Movement Day Africa.
During 2020 they launched the Africa 2050 Institute, which will seek to gather information, inspire and galvanize people towards the future potential of the continent.
Tito and Liliane Haguma
Tito and Lilian Haguma have lived in Durban South Africa since 2001. They were Married in 2003 and were blessed with four children – Divine, Joshua, Esther and Deborah. They serve God and people in (3C) church as elders.
Ever since being saved they have been involved in different Christian youth programs, motivating the youth and addressing some of the challenges the youth face.
They have been in different African countries which has helped them to understand the plights of African churches in Africa and the solutions to those challenges.
Tito and Lilian are also founders and visionaries of CFF (Christian Family Fellowship); an online Network that operates in 35 different countries, building unity and capacity of churches and church leaders from among the Great Lakes Diaspora.
Together with Peter and Sandy Watt, Tito and Lilian Haguma are working hand in hand in the Africa 2050 Institute which will seek to gather information, inspire and galvanize people towards the future potential of the continent.