He was an active member of the Church of Christ the King in New Vernon, leading a team providing meals at Eva's Village in Paterson, NJ, and serving on the Buildings and Grounds committee until his death.
What does CCK stand for?
CCK stands for Church Of Christ the King (Brighton, UK)
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We have 58 other meanings of CCK in our Acronym Attic
- Club des Collectionneurs de Jeux Vidéo du Québec (French: Quebec Video Game Collectors Club; Quebec, Canada)
- Christian Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses
- Crown-Congress Joint Working Party (New Zealand)
- Cabinet de Conseil Karaj (French; law and tax consultancy; Lausanne, Switzerland)
- Cancer Center for Kids (Mineola, NY)
- Centre de Calcul Khawarizmi (French: Khawarizmi Computing Center; Tunisia)
- Chair Command Kill
- Choa Chu Kang (Singapore)
- Christian Council of Korea (South Korea)
- Ciudad Cultural Konex (Spanish: Konex Cultural City, Argentina)
- Client Customization Kit
- Cocos-Keeling Island (airport and country code)
- Color Clock
- Communications Commission of Kenya
- Complementary Code Keying (RF modulation)
- Content Construction Kit (Drupal)
- Conti Comfort Kit (tire air compressor)
- Contracting Command Korea
- Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc (Philadelphia, PA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Bishop Tom Butler will be at Battyeford's Church of Christ the King on Tuesday, July 10 to sign copies of his book and talk about his work on BBC Radio 4.
Conor will be buried after 11am mass in Church of Christ the King, Cabra.
Picture by Eric Bourne; ANDREW Philip Rudd, of Charrington Avenue, Thornaby, married Nicola Patricia McBride of Vulcan Way, Thornaby, at the Church of Christ The King, Thornaby.
Scores of people, from babies to pensioners, attended the final service in the controversially-designed Church of Christ the King in Bowburn, near Durham, before it is knocked down and replaced.
Patricia Triggs, 60,has been ordered not to set foot inside the Church of Christ the King in Birkenhead after Canon David Wa lker went to magistrates following months of harassment.
Patricia Triggs, 60, has been ordered not to set foot inside the Church of Christ the King in Birkenhead.
Yesterday, a horse-drawn hearse led the funeral cortege from Mr Spence's home to the Church of Christ the King, in Warren Farm Road, where the service was held.