BBC reports on a new style of church:
A church that has no traditional parish links has been launched in Harrogate.
Kairos church replaces the redundant St Mary's in Low Harrogate and worship now takes place in homes, pubs, cafes and even outdoors.
It is one of the first Anglican churches in England to operate as a 'network' church.
The new style of church community was launched with the support of the Bishop of Ripon and Leeds, the Right Reverend John Packer.
The smaller church communities intend to serve the local community by offering friendship, support and sharing their Christian faith.
One example is 'Outnumbered', the title is taken from the BBC ONE comedy programme.
It consists mainly of families with children, holding a variety of events from a monthly 'Messy church' on a Saturday afternoon, which draws in newcomers, to Sunday brunches at the local Wetherspoons.