KYCKYN is a facilitated process to help churches think about themselves in relation to the local communities they seek to serve and make prayerful and informed decisions about their mission in those communities.

Designed by the Diocese of Birmingham, the process gives a small group of church members the tools to reflect on how their church is seen by others, to listen to the wider community, celebrate its strengths and have a deeper understanding of its needs. Sharing their findings with the wider congregation, the church is then able to make prayerful and intentional decisions about how it wants to respond.

We are very excited to let you know that the Church Urban Fund has recently fully redesigned the resource to make it more accessible and easier for churches to navigate. Please take a look at the session overview below. To receive the full course (completely free), churches should email and ask for a download link.

Download the session overview as a PDF.

A collage produced in one of our KYCKYN sessions…

Take a look at this 'Getting to know your community better’ webinar to find out more:

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For the whole law can be summed up in this one command: “Love your neighbour as yourself"

Galatians 5:14

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