Here are the tagged stories on the site
The story of a failing parish church in Tolland appeared on expressions: the dvd - 1: changing church in every place. Read this update.
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.
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.
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.
Paul Seaton-Burn discusses building Church without a church in a brand new village near Kettering.
Steve Dixon, Church Army Evangelist and Lay Pioneer Ministry in the Diocese of Newcastle, tells the story of a fresh expression in Willington Quay, an area of urban deprivation on Tyneside.
Pioneering Baptist minister, Simon Goddard, explains how RE:NEW grew in rural Cambridgeshire.
The story of one church's journey from impending closure to thriving play centre.
Kevin Metcalf, Church Army Evanglist, describes his early attempts at pioneering in Bangor, Northern Ireland.
It's truly a family affair when crowds flock to the home of the original Messy Church in Hampshire.
Shona Stirling explains the work of The ARK, a place where children and their families can learn about Jesus and explore their faith.
Revd Pamela Ive, parish deacon at All Saints,Tudeley, is thrilled at the development of Messy Church in her area.
A church community on a former US air base turned housing estate has separate age-related congregations.
Captain Louise Weller tells how a new mobile Christian community, X-Site, has developed in Christchurch, New Zealand.
The Ruth Project has been building community on an estate in South Stanley. Grace Cauldwell explains how patience has been a virtue:
Debbie Forman explains how she is working on her own estate and with people serving in NATO's Allied Rapid Reaction Corps.
Christian Selvaratnam traces the development of G2 since it was first featured on expressions: the dvd - 2.
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.
Church at the Centre, Tonge Children's Centre shares the love of God with the people of Tonge Moor. Community Minister Pat Oliver explains more.
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.
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.
Pioneer Curate, Rev Captain Richard Priestley oversees the leadership team in Mawsley and serves in the parishes of St Andrew's, Cransley, and St Andrew's, Broughton. He has been an evangelist with Church Army for over 20 years.
John Marrow, a Church Army evangelist in Guildford, runs an after school midweek fresh expression of church for families in three different locations.
Zone2 runs in parallel to the traditional choral service at Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral on Sunday mornings. Richard White explains more.
Shiela Porter looks back at how St George's, Deal dealt with major challenge through the development of missional communities.
Deacon Ian Cartwright explains how Cre8 engages with children and their families through a gardening club, health and fitness programme and special events.
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.
Pam Mellor and Deborah Steele explain how Fridays in Faith has helped to bridge the gap between holiday clubs and existing churches.
It all started when St Paul's Church, Dorking, opened up its doors to a new 'audience'. As vicar Paul Bryer explains, the result is 'Café Church - church with a twist'.
St Ives Methodist Church hosts Café Church once a month. Matt Finch explains how the church's new website has also helped to 'open the door' to newcomers.
Nic Williams, leader of Church@Community, tells of its development meeting in a local primary school in St Ann's, Nottingham.
Fresh expressions for under 5s and their familes: examples, things to keep in mind and resources.
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.
Melanie Prince, a team vicar in the Vale of Glamorgan, tells how a mission shaped ministry course inspired the launch of a monthly Messy Church called SPLAT.
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.
A small group of mums at St Christopher's, Springfield, Birmingham, felt that a period of renewal and growth should make a difference to the surrounding community.
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.
Phil Warburton and Alex Alexander explain how three Urban Expression church plants came together to form E1 Community Church.
Karyl Davison shares her vision for the Eaton/Millbridge Project, part of the Uniting Church of Australia's Wellington Regional Mission (WRM).
The Ark @ Crawcrook is a church, café and soft play centre near Gateshead. Tracey Hume and Paul Saunders explain the concept.
Baptist minister Paul Unsworth established a commercial coffee shop, also home to a church community, in London's Brick Lane. Kahaila opened in June 2012 and there are plans for another.