(Liverpool Echo) Bishop Richard Blackburn talks about Back To Church Sunday Read Mo

Posted by Kendall Harmon

With only around 10% of Britons attending a church service each week, Back To Church Sunday is a big idea – and an ambitous one.

The annual initiative, which was launched seven years ago, is operated by a network of Anglican dioceses – but they are keen to share their experience with other Christian churches.

This Sunday will be 2011’s Back To Church Sunday and Bishop Richard Blackburn – currently the acting Bishop of Liverpool – says: “It’s a great opportunity to put ourselves in the shoes of many people who do come to church at various points in their lives but, for whatever reason, are hesitant about going through the church doors....

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