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

Chris Crowder tells how a fresh expression of church for knitting fans in Ellesmere Port has inspired several similar groups.

Adrian McCartney talks about Boring Wells, a network of fresh expressions of church in and around Belfast with different flavours but the same vision and core values.

Ben Clowes explains how the Welcome has become the 'newest' church in Methodism.

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'. 

Should I set up a charity?

Simon Hall is involved with Revive and Left Bank Leeds. He explains why it's very difficult to know where one ends and the other begins.

County Down, in Northern Ireland, is the setting for a missional community reaching out to people who feel they 'don't fit' into a traditional church context.

A former warehouse in Wimborne is set to open as a community centre, café and skatepark in March 2014. Project director Andy Putt tells of the story so far.

Susan Sadler, lead evangelist with Christians Against Poverty and leader of Life Church, Newton Aycliffe, tells how the community grew from 10 to 100 in just over a year.