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The story of a failing parish church in Tolland appeared on expressions: the dvd - 1: changing church in every place. Read this update.
B1 church in Birmingham featured on expressions: the dvd - 1: stories of church for a changing culture four years ago. Now Ed Mackenzie of the B1 council brings their story up to date.
A summer night on a Yorkshire beach became an opportunity for mission as ordained pioneer minister Ben Norton explains.
Peter Gilbert, a member of Church of the Martyrs in Leicester, tells the story of how Tomatoes has proved to be an innovative project in engaging with unchurched local families.
Ian Mobsby talks to Rona Orme, Children's Missioner for the Diocese of Peterborough, about the beginnings of a fresh expression in a new-build area of Northamptonshire.
A community evangelist and development worker, Peter Homden, has been 'visiting and engaging' with gypsy travellers for more than five years and talks to Emma Garrow.
In Earlsfield, south west London, a pioneering new venture has started that seeks to build a mission-focused, new monastic, fresh expression of church. Johnny Sertin is the lay pioneer who leads it.
Rob Ryan, an Ordained Pioneer Minister, starts out building a fresh expression of church in Rochester.
Fresh Expressions Associate Missioner Jane Tibbs and Bath and Wells Diocesan Children & Families Officer, explores how a focus on children can create new opportunities for experimental worship and mission.
If you have seen expressions: the dvd - 1 then you will remember Somewhere Else - the Liverpool 'bread' church. Heather Lovelady brings the story up to date.
Focus Service: Sheffield Church is a church for people with learning difficulties and everyone else who enjoys an interactive experience of God. David Middleton, church leader and special needs Minister for the Baptist Union, tells their story.
When the Bishop told Associate Vicar Steve Tilley he would be comfortable with a few ‘heroic failures’ he gave permission to those wanting to start fresh expressions of church to experiment in a daring way.
When a congregation in Leicester had to move out of their dilapidated building, they were given the chance to start a fresh expression of church in a local school.
A fresh expression of church for clubbers in Cardiff.
Steve Jones, Pioneer Team Co-ordinator, tells us about 'a bit of an adventure' in Devon.
Revd Mark Rodel shares the story of Portsmouth's high-rise church
Klynn and Susan Alibocus discuss setting up a fresh expression of church in an affluent 'commuter' village.
Beer and a singalong helped to launch Leicester-based Presence as a Bishop's Mission Order, Revd David Cundill brings us up to date.
Richard Moy, ordained pioneer minister explains how church is forming amongst those who have never been involved before, through Wolverhampton Pioneer Ministries.
Jon and Jo Soper tell us the story of Exeter Network Church, in the Church of England Diocese of Exeter.
Ben Edson shares the story of always-incomplete community building with Sanctus1 in Manchester.
Revd Tony Cant discusses St Luke's-in-the-High-Street, focused around the weekly Walthamstow Farmers' Market.
Revd Pamela Ive, parish deacon at All Saints,Tudeley, is thrilled at the development of Messy Church in her area.
Just over a year ago Colin Brown moved to Cornwall to start a fresh expression of church amongst the artistic community. He tells us more.
In just a few years, Riverforce has become an official staff support network in Merseyside Police.
A church community on a former US air base turned housing estate has separate age-related congregations.
Charlie Nobbs tells the tale of the Kairos Centre, the start of another chapter in the story of Grange Park Church.
Andy Milne explains how Sorted moved beyond the skateboard to form church.
Captain Louise Weller tells how a new mobile Christian community, X-Site, has developed in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Revd Sam Foster, fresh expressions pioneer missioner for the Scarborough Deanery, explains why they have numerous projects under way.
Mary Casey gives the lowdown on the FREEdom Café, Seaton, where there is such a thing as a free lunch.
Legacy XS offers, among other things, indoor and outdoor skate parks, a recording studio, arts suite… and a youth congregation. Leader Pete Hillman gives the lowdown on its work in Essex.
Mary Styles, an ordinand with the CofE Diocese in Europe, leads Footsteps, a fresh expression of church meeting in two areas of Rome.
St Paul's parish church, Truro, closed in 2007 but the parish of St Paul continues to exist. Father Christopher describes how it is home to Holy Commotion!
Refresh, a fresh expression of church in the Scottish Borders, has grown out of the Church Army's Grafted project. Paul Little tells the story.
Sue Wallace reports on the development of Transcendence, an Ancient-Future mass in York Minster.
Alison Dalton looks at the growth of Messy Church at Parkstone United Reformed Church, Poole.
Mark Carey explores what it means for Kairos to be the subject of the latest Bishop's Mission Order.
Nick Crawley wrote to the Bishop of Bristol to suggest launching a network church and in 2004, he began work on his new 'parish' of young adults.
Reside is a Christian project evolving in response to growing housing developments to the south of Loughborough. It is led by Methodist Deacon Ellie Griffin.
Are people coming to faith through Messy Church? 'Revd Dr Jo White, Rector of All Saints' Church, Wingerworth, tells how they responded to those questions through Messy Confirmations.
Peter Irwin-Clark explains how Malshanger House, just West of Basingstoke, has opened the doors of its clubhouse for the Warham Trust.
Steve and Sarah Flashman discuss turning the derelict Graylingwell Chapel into the spiritual heart of a landmark eco-friendly housing development.
Nick Ash is a primary school teacher and a curate in Faversham. He tells of seeing the Holy Spirit at work in the SMASH after-school club.
Gethin Rhys describes how a sabbatical led to Sacred Space, the Rhondda's café church.
John Marrow, a Church Army evangelist in Guildford, runs an after school midweek fresh expression of church for families in three different locations.
Shiela Porter looks back at how St George's, Deal dealt with major challenge through the development of missional communities.
Tim Sanderson explains why they have been 'running to keep up with God' since Barney and Judes got off the ground in 2010.
Nikki Foster-Kruczek explains how members of SOURCE, in the Hythe area of Colchester, spend a lot of their time in the area's pubs, bars, coffee shops and cafes.
James Blandford-Baker describes how St Andrew's, Histon's vision to be at the heart of the village community led to the development of Essence.
Pall Singh explains the the growth of a 'safe place for British Asians or anyone interested in exploring eastern and western spiritualities in Christ.'
Gareth and Lizzy Robinson give us an update on how GLO Church in Offerton, near Stockport, has been getting on since being made a Bishop's Mission Order.
Chris Tebbutt, Rector of Canford Magna Church, explains how Breakfast@9 has more than bacon butties and sizzling sausages on the menu.
Nick Alexander discusses exciting times for St Peter's in the Pub, Lincoln as it is commissioned as a distinct congregation by St Peter in Eastgate Church.
York Community Chaplaincy operates in the York Diocese as a Bishop's Mission Order. Leader Chris Cullwick details how its work has grown.
Church Army Evangelist Alan Park explains the development of Church on the Bus, offering practical and spiritual support to homeless and vulnerable people.
Licensed as Pioneer Minister in Priorslee, Telford, Tim Carter outlines the launch of this Bishop's Mission Order in the Diocese of Lichfield.
Songs of Rage is a community, passionate about Christ, focused on serving the alternative music culture. Its founder, John Peddie, explains more.
Will Cookson is minister of a 'church that was a fresh expression before the term was invented'. He tells how important it is for fresh expressions of church to keep on reinventing themselves.
James Grier explains how the Unlimited youth church begins to be seen in a new light as it becomes a BMO.
GraceSpace in Bradford is 'a church for people who don't go to church'. Pioneer minister Colin Blake explains how the community has developed.
Based in Provence, L'Oasis Christian Fellowship, Lorgues, serves the predominantly elderly ex-pat community. Peter Massey explains how it started.
Matt Caldicott tells the story of the Generation Project, set up in 2011 by Rugby Deanery to connect with 20 to 30-year-olds in the area.
Beyond seeks to explore what it means to be a new form of church in Brighton & Hove, a regional hub for a holistic mix of alternative spiritualities and 24-hour entertainment.
Fresh expressions in church history: Charles Kingsley's life in the kingdom.
All about Bishops' Mission Orders, their use and implementation.
Steve Kelly tells us about River Community Church in Telford.
A year into Mandy Wright's job as Deanery Evangelist with a group of 21 rural Anglican churches in Devon, it occurred to her that if anyone wanted to attend church as a result of her evangelism, a Sunday service would likely put them off.
The splitting of a house group that had grown in size was the opportunity for new life to develop in a Church of England parish in Shropshire.
Avril Chisnall and Christine Kay explain how a fresh expression of church has become part and parcel of the TANGO community project at St Mark's, Haydock.
A new church for young adults has been growing in Bradford since the appointment of a city centre Mission Priest, Chris Howson, in October 2005.
When Victor Howlett began his curacy in 1997 in a market town in Wiltshire, he found that families were not coming to church.
In 2003, Penny Joyce moved to a growing new housing estate in Witney, Oxfordshire, to start a community project funded by the Diocese of Oxford.
It was the vision of a youth-worker-turned-bishop that saw the appointment of Derek Spencer to Deanery Youth Missioner in the largely rural Horsham area of Sussex.
Robert Harrison, vicar of St John's Hillingdon, and teams of people from the church have spent over a year planning for an innovative way of doing Sunday mornings.
St Thomas the Apostle, Groombridge - an Anglican church on the Sussex/Kent border - would describe itself as 'a Eucharistic parish', says minister Tony Fiddian-Green.
Sunningdale is a community of 108 self-contained, warden-assisted flats all occupied by elderly people. Lesley Bailey, a lay-reader at Christchurch, with four others began church services here eighteen months ago.
A Church of England reader and bereavement coordinator in Merseyside, Janet Cross, became aware of the need for some kind of support group for the bereaved.
Sally Gaze describes the Alpha course she ran with seven young mums from four villages in her Norfolk benefice as 'the easiest ever'.
Waltham Abbey is the venue for Safe Haven, a spiritual home for people who live with mental illness.
The Plant Church, Park Langley, is a mission initiative of the Diocese of Rochester and was granted a Bishop's Mission Order in 2009. David Rue tells its story.
A eucharistic midweek congregation in suburban North Ascot in Berkshire aimed primarily at under 5s and their families.
Space4Me is for mums of children under 5 in Sheffield that has evolved out of a flourishing mother and toddler ministry of a large church.
Wendy Shaw explains how Burning Bush Barn has become a place of blessing for many since it was established as a place of creativity and contemplation.
Eagles Wings is a church plant and community service ministry on a housing estate in Northamptonshire. It was founded by two neighbouring churches.
Helen Shannon is an Ordained Pioneer Minister in the Diocese of London. She oversees church@five and has plans for other estates in the area.
Levi Santana is a pioneer ordinand at St Mellitus College. He also leads a small missional community in High Wycombe called The Valley Network.
city:base - along with St Thomas' Philadelphia and King's Centre - form Network Church Sheffield. Matt Broughton tells how city:base became a Bishop's Mission Order.
Ben Edson, who pioneered Sanctus1 and Nexus in Manchester, tells what has happened since his appointment to parish ministry.
Di Woolridge believes the community at her weekly 'play and praise' worship service for the under 5s is developing into a fresh expression.
Heather Cracknell, a pioneer curate near Norwich, is looking to establish a social enterprise café and community project on a new housing development.
Katie Miller tells how a team serving the Marlpit estate, near Norwich, built relationship with the community from a position of powerlessness.