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All Souls & St Peter, Radford

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  • Church: All Souls & St Peter, Radford
  • Diocese: Southwell & Nottingham
  • Grant Amount: £100,000

Summary:

Development of children and families work (including Messy Church) in a very deprived, multi-cultural parish with high population turnover in the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham.

Background:

Carolyn and Mark Gilmore were appointed as the lay ministers of the Radford parish in 2006 after a five year interregnum had seen the average congregation fall to about 15. The parish has two church buildings, All Souls and St Peters, which are complementary to each other. Carolyn and Mark work alongside the Children's and Families Worker, Rachel, who is the only other paid employee of the parish. Her work is considered key to the future and continued growth of the church as she engages with those families on the fringe of church as well as those who have never encountered church before.


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Resourcing Mission Bulletin Case Study

Please click here to view the Case Study written for the January 2013 issue of the Resourcing Mission Bulletin about the Parish of Radford.


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