Local Pioneer Centres by Category and Mission Type

…urban, Marginalised, Outer estate Xpressions Café, Norfolk; Family/All age, Rural; Cafe church, liquid church/alternative worship, mixed economy churches The Ark, Crawcrook, Newcastle; Artistic/creative, Family/All age; Cafe church, new monastic, simple…

A week in the life of a pioneer: Tim Watson

…local Anglican church, St. Faith’s, to unload provisions for that evening’s Trash Café – a ‘Real Junk Food Project’ café serving intercepted ‘waste’ food. A monthly Deanery chapter or pioneer…

Talking Theology with Mike Moynagh

…shared circumstances. A challenge One danger for fresh expressions is that they lapse back into the inherited mode of flying with one wing. A community formed in a café might…

The Fresh Expressions Landscape

…regularly used. These are Café Church, Messy Church, Child-focused Churches and Church Plants (Lings 2016 pg.40.) Lings research also leads us to a central question. Why are some models more…

What is a Fresh Expression?

…Monastic Communities, Cafe Church or Alternative Worship to name but a few. However, several key features unite them and provide further clarity around what a Fresh Expression is. A Fresh…

Meet our Board

…managing interregna and as part of a leadership team of a large morning congregation, and two different Fresh Expressions (Café Church and Messy Church). Drew McCombe Drew is the Assistant…

Full List of Local Pioneer Centres

…Pete Wheeler, peter@aylesburydeanery.org SORTED, Bradford Website – www.sortedcommunity.org.uk Email – andyjmilne@hotmail.co.uk The Upper Room, Cirencester Website – www.hope-cirencester.co.uk Winn Gardens Community Church (WINNGS), Sheffield Email – jane@stjb.org.uk Xpressions Cafe, Norfolk…