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…
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Fresh Expressions Canada (FEC) is excited to announce that Mark Dunwoody has been commissioned as its transitional team leader. Mark replaces Nick Brotherwood who had been FEC’s team leader since its inception in 2008. We wish Mark and his family God’s richest blessings as he takes on this new responsibility.
Over 50,600 people are attending fresh expressions of church (fxc) in 21 dioceses across England – and half of these young churches are being led by women and attract twice the number of under-16s compared to parish churches. There are just some of the key findings that have been released in four new reports today […]
Since October 2015 in the Anglican Diocese of Montreal, Fresh Expressions Canada’s “Reimagining Church: shaped for mission” course, has been successfully presented in seven different parishes and regional ministries. Courses have been successfully run in · the Laurentian Regional Ministry; · St. Andrew & St. Mark, Dorval; · St. Barnabas, Pierrefonds, and Christ the […]
You're not alone! We are gathering a team of missional dreamers.
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?