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Which person from history would you like to see honoured at your church?

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Inspirational Breakfast with Esther Higham

From ancient gargoyles to Victorian pews, how much do you love – or loathe – the relics in your local church? Do you wish it could modernise or do you want it to stay the same as it has for centuries?
A vicar in East Yorkshire has decided to upgrade her church by introducing famous female figures, such as the Queen, Marie Curie and the Crimean War nursing pioneer, Mary Seacole. Reverend Rebecca Lumley from St Mary’s Church in Beverly near Hull, spoke Premier’s Esther Higham to tell her more.

Written by: Miriam Emenike

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Messy Church is Church in its own right.

Inspirational Breakfast with Esther Higham New research has shown that some of the principles of Messy Church ( a loose-edge, activity-based expression of church in the community) could be as effective at making disciples as more traditional forms of church. Kathy and David Bland, and Sally Clivard all from the Diocese of Hereford told Premier's Esther Higham what they've learnt from Messy Church.

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