Rural Evangelism Network
We are members of the Rural Evangelism Network which is the national ecumenical network bringing together the best resources from the Churches and Mission Agencies working in rural Britain to share experience and insight and so promote good practice in rural evangelism. There are around fifty members representing between them many thousands of churches and hundreds of experienced evangelists.
The Network holds regular Conferences and promotes and produces appropriate written material such as the Workbooks on Rural Evangelism among other titles.
It also maintains a valuable one-stop interactive website with a constantly growing range of useful and authoritative articles and resources on such topics as "What Works?", Alpha & similar programmes, children's work, church planting, fresh expressions of church, tourist outreach, presence at shows and festivals, church & community ventures, small churches workbook, and lots more. This is managed for the Network by the Centre for Rural Mission.
We can help you?
Find out how by contacting us at:
Rural Missions Solutions
Centre for Rural Mission
4 Clarence Street
Tel: 07720 322 213
Or use our online contact form.
Lots of Great Ideas!
Take a look at our Free Online Seminars section where you will find video recordings of past webinars together with handouts. Great if you missed a webinar but attending one is always better.
Local Rural Mission Consultation
An excellent way for helping rural church leaders. Why not consider one for your area?
Oxford Diocese - Mission & Discipleship Event
Find the Paper and supporting PowerPoint presentation relating to the event organised by the Diocese of Oxford.
Rural Evangelism Survey Report
The results of a survey into rural evangelism can be found on News and Events section.
No Ordinary Man
Check out the section on "No Ordinary Man". We are giving away hundreds of copies of this excellent book to rural churches in the UK.
Thank you for your prayers and Support
You faithfulness in prayer and support for this ministry are vital to us and very much appreciated. The easiest way to keep up to date is to sign up for the weekly emailed news. This is also published at ruralmission.blogspot.com