We are collecting and sharing stories of God's people trying new things, making disciples and becoming church.
We're all learning, and here are some of the really important things we've learned so far.
The Church Army Church Growth Research suggests there are ten parameters…
A fresh expressions church planter starts by listening to the needs of ones’ community.
A Fresh Expression, simply put, is a new form of church that is contextualized to ones’ locality…
From the Blog
Messy Church Canada is thrilled to announce the appointment of Rev. Dr. Neil Mancor as the Messy Church Regional Coordinator for the province of Quebec. Neil is passionate about Messy Church and its potential to engage the local church in the Mission of God. Neil’s role will be to support, encourage and advise Messy Church […]
Messy Church is growing in Quebec! As a result we are seeking a new team member to step into the role of Quebec Regional Coordinator. The Regional Coordinator will work as part of the national Messy Church team and receive practical support by local partners. This is a voluntary position. Details of the position can be […]
Upcoming Messy Church Conference: Meeting Jesus in Messy Church: Loving Jesus, Making Jesus Known, Living Like Jesus
The Messy Church Canadian Conference is a gathering of people who are dedicated to sharing the good news of Jesus with all ages/families in their communities – Messy Church leaders, volunteers and anyone who has a passion for ministering to their communities in an innovative way. Click here to register! On Thursday, October 26th and Friday […]
You're not alone! We are gathering a team of missional dreamers.
I desire to see new and existing communities discover the incredible potential that missional-focused ministry has in reaching the un-churched and de- churched. “Fresh Expressions is an fantastic resource for those seeking to start something new, with the support of folks who are in the same boat.”
I AM EAGER to embark on a collaborative journey of creating a national network WITH all types of peoples/churches that would seek to form new missional communities for folk who may never come to traditional church.- Mark Dunwoody
In planting two fresh expressions of church, I’ve seen the benefits of a missional approach in the lives of new disciples. I’m in, to help Fresh Expressions Canada share stories, support practitioners and build a network of partners.- Ryan Sim
We hope to draw together problem solvers, who value forming missional communities, that are focused on the “Dones” and “Nones”. Will you join us?