Stories from around the country of how Bishop's Mission Orders have enabled new worshipping communities to start.
By Andy Milne, Beth Cope, Paul Bradbury and Helen ShannonMarch 2021
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Christian Selvaratnam and others
Discover creative ways of starting new Christian communities in your area.
Phil Hoyle and others
A group of church leaders discuss and unpack their thoughts on the Mixed Ecology. The result is a frank, honest conversation, of what they’ve each experienced …
Toria Gray and others
The Plant Course equips and prepares church planting teams in the why, what and how of starting a new church community.
Watch / 62 min
Pete Broadbent and others
The workshop unpacks the legalities of mixed ecology, including understanding the legal implications of starting or renewing new Christian communities …
Watch / 48 min
Pete Broadbent and Bishop Ric Thorpe
Thinking through the legal implications of starting or renewing a new Christian Community? Need help navigating BMO’s, licenses, CIO’s, Section 9, Payroll …
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Josh Howard and others
Planting churches at scale over time needs strategic thinking, planning and prayer. Panel: Archie Coates, Josh Howard, and Rhiannon King
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Caroline Millar and Laura Treneer
Is it possible to get a national picture of church planting across all denominations, streams and networks in England? Last year the National Church Planting …
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Adam Atkinson and others
How best to work with our denominations and organisational structures on church planting plans. Panel: Adam Atkinson, Philip James, and Tors Ramsey
We start with our vision for every Londoner to hear and experience the gospel of Jesus Christ. This leads us to think and act more audaciously, generously …
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Bishop Ric Thorpe and Mike Starkey
Bishop Ric and Mike Starkey, Head of Church Growth for the Diocese of Manchester, take a fresh look at growth and the challenges that this brings in a …
An extended essay looking at the theological and historical background to bivocational ministry, and an analysis of some contemporary developments.