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?

…showed 1109 Fresh Expressions of Church with approximately 50,000 people attending. Fresh Expressions of Church take several different forms, such as Messy Church, New Monastic Communities, Cafe Church or Alternative…

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…