R&R workstreams

Find out about the different workstreams that make up the Renewal & Reform body of work.
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    Digital Team

    The Digital Team was created in October 2016 to develop the Church of England's approach to the web, social media and wider technological innovation.

  2. Two men walk along the road on an inner city estate.

    Estates

    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.

  3. woman with microphone in front of large group of children at holiday club

    Funding Mission and Growth

    How money is distributed to help fund mission and growth as part of Renewal and Reform

  4. Member of clergy wearing street pastor uniform

    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.

  7. A lady handing a man a plate of food.

    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.