There are two main ways you can stay connected with what's happening in the project and be part of celebrating good news with us 

1) Follow us on Facebook 

2) Subscribe to our monthly updates 

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We want this whole project to be underpinned by prayer. Before social distancing came into effect, we'd been praying together almost every week day at midday for the town and the project. We're looking at new ways to help the team and others partner in prayer, and we'll update you on this on Facebook and here. 


WATCH THIS SPACE for details of the upcoming 24 hours of prayer at from Easter Saturday to Easter Sunday. 



How can you serve your church and your local community? Reaching new people in new places in new ways requires something of us all, and we want to see people in all of our churches stepping out in faith (whilst staying indoors!) to find creative ways of making a difference. Send an email to your Vicar or Learning Community, get a group of friends together online and get planning! 



Just because Sunday Services are on hold, it doesn't mean there aren't opportunities to involves others in conversations about faith. Whether it's by sharing something on social media, inviting friends to watch services or prayer times online with you, or setting up an Alpha Webinar, we can be sharing the gospel with our neighbours who - let's be honest - could really do with some hope right now!  


Inspired people inspire people. We're looking for people who will run with the aims of this project and make them their own. That means being creative in connecting with others, being part of new ways of engaging with people who don't go to church, and getting hands on in making disciples, whether it's virtually or plans to do it in person.