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Starting a Fresh Expression

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ISBN-13: 9780715140963
Published: 01/03/2006
Product description
A fresh expression is a new form of church for our changing culture. Thinking of starting a fresh expression of church? Need some wisdom and guidance? This booklet (available as a pack of five) sets you off in the right direction. All over the country Christians are stepping out in faith and beginning to start new forms of church that meet the needs of our changing culture. This simple and readable guide draws together some of the lessons learnt so far and enables churches to think through and discuss the various issues involved. This training resource can be used on its own or in conjunction with the companion DVD - Expressions - The DVD 1: Stories of Church for a Changing Culture.
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'We live in a turbulent time of change. Many, beyond the borders of church, are desperate for some sense of spiritual reality. 'Fresh expressions' of church are the green shoots of the future.' -- Revd Tom Stuckey, President of the Methodist Conference 2005/06 'I am colossally encouraged by the amount of activity that there seems to be around the church at the moment. There's already a huge amount going on, our job is to join in, to give it the nourishment is needs so that it will grow in the right way. I hope you will give thanks to God and get involved!' -- Dr Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury.

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