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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.

Inspired by working with Metro Ministries in New York, Barry and Camilla Johnston are connecting with non-churched children and youth by going to where they are.

Helen Shannon is an Ordained Pioneer Minister in the Diocese of London. She oversees church@five and has plans for other estates in the area.

Heather Cracknell, a pioneer curate near Norwich, is looking to establish a social enterprise café and community project on a new housing development.

Katie Miller tells how a team serving the Marlpit estate, near Norwich, built relationship with the community from a position of powerlessness.

Karyl Davison shares her vision for the Eaton/Millbridge Project, part of the Uniting Church of Australia's Wellington Regional Mission (WRM).

Phil Smith is a lay pastor in a Queensland school and he is also helping to grow a faith community around a barbecue.

Pioneer curate James Gwyn-Thomas is based at St Andrew's, Leyland, and also leads Buckshaw Village Church.

Beth Honey, and her husband Ben, develop pioneer ministry with the help of their lurcher dog, Billy, on a Derby estate.

Will Cookson is minister of a 'church that was a fresh expression before the term was invented'. He tells how important it is for fresh expressions of church to keep on reinventing themselves.