The local church is a community in transformation, and shares in the transformation of its local community.
The Transforming Church and Communities Department celebrates the diverse ways in which local churches engage with their communities. We offer support as they address contemporary issues. We link churches with local and national bodies with similar concerns. We have developed a network of particular resources around the themes of dementia, diversity, environment, financial resilience, interfaith, older people and social action.
Christians are called to the vulnerability of encountering God in the world around them. Our discipleship is on-going. We discern the movement of the Holy Spirit, seeking to make known Christ’s love for all of God’s creation.
Transforming Church and Communities working within Discipleship, Vocation, Evangelism; DVE
|As Diocesan Director of Transforming Church and Communities, David has co-ordinating responsibility for this area in the diocese.|
Unit 1 Three Spires,
"When churches develop relationships which go deeper than their differences, they discover the depth of the good news they have to share"
Revd Dr David Primrose, Diocesan Director of Transforming Communities
For Richer, For Poorer (FRFP) is a church partnership initiative that was developed in the Diocese of Lichfield from 2013-2017. The following report reflects on this initiative, offering insight to those within the Diocese of Lichfield and beyond who want to re-imagine how churches can learn and work together.