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Richard Moy, ordained pioneer minister explains how church is forming amongst those who have never been involved before, through Wolverhampton Pioneer Ministries.

Revd Tony Cant discusses St Luke's-in-the-High-Street, focused around the weekly Walthamstow Farmers' Market.

Ruth Poch tells of the first six risky, messy, up and down years of re:generation in Romford.

Mary Styles, an ordinand with the CofE Diocese in Europe, leads Footsteps, a fresh expression of church meeting in two areas of Rome.

Sue Butler tells how Thirst Café Church's beginnings go back a lot further than its 'official' start in November 2007.

Liz Childs tells how the vision of something fresh and new for young people has developed into Gainsborough Café Church.

In 2009 a group of Christians hired East Worthing Community Centre for 'a couple of weeks' to trial a café church. Leader John Beales explains more.

Lyn Edwards, project leader of the Shackles Off youth project in Cumbria, explains the development of its fresh expression of church, X-treme.

Robert Harrison, vicar of St John's Hillingdon, and teams of people from the church have spent over a year planning for an innovative way of doing Sunday mornings.

Sunningdale is a community of 108 self-contained, warden-assisted flats all occupied by elderly people. Lesley Bailey, a lay-reader at Christchurch, with four others began church services here eighteen months ago.