Pam Mellor and Deborah Steele explain how Fridays in Faith has helped to bridge the gap between holiday clubs and existing churches.
James Blandford-Baker describes how St Andrew's, Histon's vision to be at the heart of the village community led to the development of Essence.
Deacon Ian Cartwright explains how Cre8 engages with children and their families through a gardening club, health and fitness programme and special events.
Shiela Porter looks back at how St George's, Deal dealt with major challenge through the development of missional communities.
Zone2 runs in parallel to the traditional choral service at Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral on Sunday mornings. Richard White explains more.
John Marrow, a Church Army evangelist in Guildford, runs an after school midweek fresh expression of church for families in three different locations.
Pioneer Curate, Rev Captain Richard Priestley oversees the leadership team in Mawsley and serves in the parishes of St Andrew's, Cransley, and St Andrew's, Broughton. He has been an evangelist with Church Army for over 20 years.
Nick Ash is a primary school teacher and a curate in Faversham. He tells of seeing the Holy Spirit at work in the SMASH after-school club.
Are people coming to faith through Messy Church? 'Revd Dr Jo White, Rector of All Saints' Church, Wingerworth, tells how they responded to those questions through Messy Confirmations.
Church at the Centre, Tonge Children's Centre shares the love of God with the people of Tonge Moor. Community Minister Pat Oliver explains more.