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alive and kicking is a fresh expression of church for young people in Kinver, South Staffordshire. Ben Clymo explores a work in progress.

Goth Church in Coventry began when Diocesan Youth Officer Greg Bartlem and Cathedral Youth Minister Keith Parr started to walk around the city.

The Side Door Youth and Community Church attracts more than 150 people - aged between 4 and 95 - every week. Elaine Watkinson explains.

In the Tas Valley Team Ministry, there are six traditional parish churches and a cell church comprising six adult cell churches and a youth cell. Sally Gaze explains.

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

Team leader James Henley explains more about the ministry and development of the Lab, a missional community of young adults in Newport, South Wales.

Gary Daniel tells the story of taking over an old hardware shop in Walsall and creating The Hothouse.

James Grier explains how the Unlimited youth church begins to be seen in a new light as it becomes a BMO.

United Media Church in Kingswood recognises that people learn and engage in different ways. Adrian Wyatt explains why they describe themselves as 'the same, but different'.

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