R&R workstreams

Find out about the different workstreams that make up the Renewal & Reform body of work.
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    Harnessing digital and social media to grow people’s faith, bring people to faith and share the common good work of the Church.

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    Working toward a thriving, growing, loving church on every significant social housing estate in the country – through new patterns of ministry, sharing good practice and encouraging leaders.

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    Growing Vocations

    Fostering a culture in which the vocation of each member of the Church can be identified, nurtured and celebrated so the whole Church can grow and flourish.

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    Nurturing Senior Leaders

    One of the key challenges for the Church of England is how we identify, train and resource leaders for the current and future challenges we face.

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    Peer Review

    The peer review process is a key element of Renewal & Reform, supporting dioceses by 'holding up a mirror' to their work.

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    Resourcing the Future

    The aim of Resourcing the Future is to ensure that the funds, managed by the Church Commissioners to support mission and ministry in dioceses, are distributed in a way which enables them to advance the Church's goal of mission and growth.

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    Setting God’s People Free

    Setting God's People Free (SGPF) is a programme of change to enable the whole people of God to live out the Good News of Jesus confidently in all of life, Sunday to Saturday.

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    Simplification and Legislative Reform

    The Simplification and Legislative Reform workstream aims for legislative simplification and deregulation to break barriers to mission and ministry.