Graham Cray

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Today's changing culture calls for a huge diversity and range of fresh expressions of church. Graham Cray explores one particular flavour of fresh expression.

Bishop Graham Cray, Archbishops' Missioner and leader of the Fresh Expressions team, asks the question, 'Who will never be reached if we only do what we are doing now?'. Graham Cray's CEN column from Friday 27th May 2011.

Bishop Graham Cray is Archbishops' Missioner and Team Leader of Fresh Expressions, the highly successful joint initiative of the Church of England and Methodist Church pioneering new ways of being church. He talks to Christian Today about the 'mixed economy' of church and why both traditional and innovative forms are needed for effective mission today. Graham Cray, Christian Today, Thursday 5th May 2011.

Bishop Graham Cray, Archbishops' Missioner and leader of the Fresh Expressions team, writes about why it is time to 'stop talking mixed economy and start acting mixed economy'. Graham Cray's CEN column from Friday 6th May 2011.

Country life is changing at remarkable rate. The 21st century village is, more often than not, now home to a range of communities - and the challenges and opportunities associated with them. A conference at the beginning of May, run by Fresh Expressions and the Rural Churchplanters' Forum, will look at one of those challenges in more detail.

This article is from the CEN, Friday 29th April 2011.

Should we have distinctive congregations for young people or all ages together in the local church at worship? Graham Cray explores.

The Church of England has a choice between its call to ‘evangelize the whole country or decline into a sect’. Bishop Graham Cray in the CEN from Friday 12th November 2010.

The average age of Church of England congregations is 14 years older than the national average.

Fresh expressions of church are only properly understood in the context of a 'mixed economy church'. Bishop Graham Cray's CEN column from Friday 25th June.