Renewal and Reform is about helping us become a growing church for all people and places.
“Changing stories” is a series showing the impact of Renewal and Reform across the Church of England in the lives of individuals and communities, in a variety of places and contexts, in new churches and worshipping communities and in ones that have existed for centuries.
Physical changes at St James Church have led to spiritual growth
St Francis Bournville is supporting people to find their vocation - a calling to follow Jesus in a specific way
God's call is for everyone, and it's not always what - or where - we expect it to be.
How digital resources are encouraging prayer and nurturing faith
St Cuthman's Church on the Whitehawk Estate in Brighton was on the verge of closing. Following a partnership with another church, it is now a thriving presence in the community.
Urban Hope Church, part of Coventry's Acceler8 programme, offers faith, hope and love to those in need.
The Diocese of Ely received Strategic Development Funding for their Changing Market Towns project, focused on enabling and sustaining church growth in several market towns. Downham Market's new Lay Pioneer shares her vision.
Chelmsford Cathedral’s small investment in social media sees big returns.
Youth work at St Hugh's Northolt has transformed lives.
The Church of England's Renewal and Reform programme seeks to create a growing Church for all people and for all places. Read about one of the projects supported by Renewal and Reform, Leesland Neighbourhood Church.