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Messy church goes to the beach and makes history as two different fresh expressions meet up. Janet Tredrea reports.
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.
It's truly a family affair when crowds flock to the home of the original Messy Church in Hampshire.
Revd Pamela Ive, parish deacon at All Saints,Tudeley, is thrilled at the development of Messy Church in her area.
Revd Jane Carter explains how seven out of ten churches in the Loughborough Circuit came to run a Messy or Café Church.
Alison Dalton looks at the growth of Messy Church at Parkstone United Reformed Church, Poole.
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.
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.
United Media Church in Kingswood recognises that people learn and engage in different ways. Adrian Wyatt explains why they describe themselves as 'the same, but different'.
GraceSpace in Bradford is 'a church for people who don't go to church'. Pioneer minister Colin Blake explains how the community has developed.
Fresh expressions for under 5s and their familes: examples, things to keep in mind and resources.
Steve Kelly tells us about River Community Church in Telford.
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.
Phil Warburton and Alex Alexander explain how three Urban Expression church plants came together to form E1 Community Church.