National Estate Churches Network

Category: Estates Evangelism Task Group

  • Not Forgotten Conference Videos

    Some of the sessions from the recent ‘Not Forgotten’ conference for pioneering urban practitioners are now available to watch online.

  • Not Forgotten: Finding Treasure on the Margins

    If you are planting or pioneering in urban estates or want to learn from those who are, come to ‘Not Forgotten: Finding the Treasure’ in June.

  • Estates Evangelism Task Group Live Stream!

    The Church of England’s Estates Evangelism Task Group (EETG) is gathering representatives from Church of England dioceses and key organisations working with estates churches for a conference next week and we would like you to join us online! There are three live streamed keynote addresses that will be available to everyone via NECN’s YouTube channel. …

  • EETG at the Church of England National Synod

    The Estates Evangelism Task Group continues to work towards achieving Synod’s goal of a worshipping, loving, serving Christian community on every significant estate in the nation.

  • We don’t need to bring Jesus to the urban estates

    links to an excellent article by Philip North on estate mission, and responses to it by Ian Paul

  • Podcast – Finding the Treasure

    Listen to the first in a series of podcasts – colleagues from Wythenshaw reflect on how the Estates Theology Project has helped churches and their neighbours to reflect on what gifts God has given them to share together.

  • Estates Evangelism Task Group: Paper for the General Synod

    To have a loving, worshipping, serving Christian community on every significant social housing estate in England. You can read the February 2019 General Synod Motion and background paper here (it was carried unanimously) General Synod motion

  • Bishop Philip North’s address to Synod

    When the early apostles set out of fulfil their task of growing the church, they started with the hungry and the widowed and the slaves. When St Francis set about rebuilding the church in the twelfth century, his first move was to go and live with a colony of people with leprosy. When St Vincent…