Fresh Expressions

Fresh Fruit

Ten years after its birth, the Fresh Expressions movement has become part of the ecclesiological furniture. But, asks Lucinda Borkett-Jones, has it managed to maintain its pioneering spirit?

Aren’t they the weird ones who do church on skateboards? The liberal ones who try to be relevant and avoid talking about God? That’s the crowd that sit...

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