A pioneering church initiative at the heart of Telford has moved into its new central base after two years of grassroots growth in local communities.
Telford Minster is the first church in Lichfield Diocese to pioneer the gathered and scattered mode of church. It is responding to massive population growth in the town in recent years with a focus on reaching young people and families.
To do this, it has embedded Minster Villages in local areas, working closely with existing churches, and has just moved into a new purpose-built facility at Meeting Point House in the town centre for larger Sunday and other gatherings.
Find out more about the Minster’s journey to this point – which has seen the new church community establish itself despite two years of pandemic – in this new video:
Read more about the origins of Telford Minster in this news story from 2019.