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Bradford Centre of mission

The Bradford Centre of Mission is home to the Sorted Project – a church by young people, for young people. It was established as a fresh expression of church in 2005 by Andy Milne and his wife Tracy. It has since grown into three separate youth churches with a focus on teenagers and young adults from non-church backgrounds. It has been awarded a Bishops’ Mission Order which officially recognises it within the Church of England. Tracy Milne is the centre of mission's Lead Evangelist. Its work includes: three youth churches; outreach to schools and housing estates; youth clubs; worship evenings; home groups and one-to-one mentoring and discipleship. You can find out more through Sorted's website or by reading their latest supporter newsletter.

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Carolyn Kinsman, 12/08/2017