Being pioneers in west Worcs

Rural west Worcestershire might not be the most obvious place to pioneer from, but our cafe churches seem to have caught the imagination of the diocese. Thus, David and I were interviewed for a video that has been advertised in their Kingdom People mailing. Here it is.

I only had ten minutes warning before Sam Setchell arrived (she’s the communications officer in the diocese). I have never tidied up the place so fast!

We’ve also featured on the Fresh Expressions website. Here’s an article I wrote,  called “What time is it?”: the gist of it is that we need to do church in new and fresh ways because the culture around us is changing.

2 thoughts on “Being pioneers in west Worcs

  1. Pingback: Rural ministry in Worcestershire… | Notes from the river bank

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