Here are the tagged stories on the site
Methodist minister Jeff Reynolds reflects on starting Twilight, a fresh expression of church in Costa Coffee in Stafford.
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.
Methodist pioneering minister Joy Adams explains how her fresh expression of church began life in a butchers shop in the local bus station.
The story of one church's journey from impending closure to thriving play centre.
Richard Moy, ordained pioneer minister explains how church is forming amongst those who have never been involved before, through Wolverhampton Pioneer Ministries.
Ben Edson shares the story of always-incomplete community building with Sanctus1 in Manchester.
Revd Martyn Coe talks about starting a fresh expression of church on the Greenwich Peninsula exploring the sacred in body, mind, heart and spirit.
Ruth Poch tells of the first six risky, messy, up and down years of re:generation in Romford.
Graham Harrison updates the story of the Taste and See café church in Kidsgrove, from expressions: the dvd - 1.
Fellowship@Grannies, a church evolving out of an Alpha course.
Emma Garrow reports on the latest from tubestation, a fresh expression for surfers.
The Ruth Project has been building community on an estate in South Stanley. Grace Cauldwell explains how patience has been a virtue:
Katharine Crowsley came away from a Fresh Expressions vision day with questions about what God wanted her to do. Cook@Chapel was the result.
Ben Clowes explains how the Welcome has become the 'newest' church in Methodism.
Mary Styles, an ordinand with the CofE Diocese in Europe, leads Footsteps, a fresh expression of church meeting in two areas of Rome.
Revd Jane Carter explains how seven out of ten churches in the Loughborough Circuit came to run a Messy or Café Church.
Rev Kevin Hooke tells how a District Review and involvement in msm helped to change Ashburton Methodist Church's approach to mission.
The Beacon came into being when the local Methodist Church appointed Bart Woodhouse as lay leader of a new church plant team.
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.
The Side Door Youth and Community Church attracts more than 150 people - aged between 4 and 95 - every week. Elaine Watkinson explains.
On the first Saturday evening of each month from February to July, Christchurch URC/Methodist Church is transformed into a café style performance venue.
The Junction, drawn from the work of Hexthorpe Methodist Church, has much to celebrate but it faces many challenges too. Donald Reasbeck explains.
Chris Bennett is chaplain of The Dock in Belfast's Titanic Quarter, a formerly largely deserted area currently being transformed it into a 21st century 'urban village'.
Liz Childs tells how the vision of something fresh and new for young people has developed into Gainsborough Café Church.
Team leader James Henley explains more about the ministry and development of the Lab, a missional community of young adults in Newport, South Wales.
New Song Café has been running at Bold Street Methodist Church, Warrington, for three years. Jackie Bellfield traces its story as a fresh expression of church.
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.
Lyn Edwards, project leader of the Shackles Off youth project in Cumbria, explains the development of its fresh expression of church, X-treme.
Barbara Rigg reports on a fresh expression for older people in Stafford.
Tim Lea tells the story of the Bridge, a fresh expression of church in Hinckley, Leicestershire.
Nic Williams, leader of Church@Community, tells of its development meeting in a local primary school in St Ann's, Nottingham.
Fresh expressions in church history: John Wesley's mirror of God.
Andrew Pakes describes how things have moved in since 3six5, an emerging congregation, began alongside his more traditional ministry in October 2000.
When Matt Finch became co-minister of ten Norfolk Methodist chapels in 2002, he inherited a fortnightly Bible study among the largely elderly congregation of Feltwell Chapel.
If the doors of the imposing Grade II listed Easton Methodist Church were kept closed, passers-by on the local high street would miss all that goes on inside throughout the week.
Dave Saunders tells how his faith journey led him from England's south coast to become a VentureFX pioneer in Scotland.
VentureFX pioneer Lou Davis tells about the formation and development of a community in Scotland's capital city.
Stuart Radcliffe tells how Heaton Moor United Church, Stockport, is linking with the local pub to develop community links.
Tim Nash, a VentureFX pioneer minister, has been developing a community called Garden-City with his wife Hannah, for the past 18 months.
Elaine Watkinson explains how, with the aid of a caravan, she is pioneering the Quest-ion? youth project.
The Ark @ Crawcrook is a church, café and soft play centre near Gateshead. Tracey Hume and Paul Saunders explain the concept.