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This September, opportunity and challenge continue to be a daily reality for most leaders, and as we try to re-calibrate to a strange combination of old and new, many find themselves navigating through an expectations minefield.

Lead On is the free CPAS leadership email, resourcing you and your ministry with a monthly bulletin direct to your inbox.

Vacancies at CPAS patronage churches and beyond where we'd love to see Jesus-centred, mission-focused leaders appointed.

With many PCCs meeting online at this time we have produced two guides to help meetings go well. We know many of us are used to Zoom type meetings by now, but we actually find there is still a lot of poor practice and confusion on how to make the most of the technology.

Lead On article by Hilary Edgerton. Prisons aren't the place we may instinctively turn for lessons on leadership, but in this article Hilary Edgerton, Chaplain at HMP Buckley Hall, suggests there are lessons to learn.

Lead On article by John Valentine. If you asked a bunch of church plant leaders what was distinctive about leading in a church plant context, what would they say? John Valentine has done exactly that for our third article on leading a church plant.

Building on our experience of running learning communities and leadership courses, we are piloting Leading Evangelism Learning Hubs for incumbents to attend with others involved in leadership.

Recording and resources from the fourth series of webinars for church leaders.

Lead On article by John Valentine. Who can lead a church plant? John explores some of the key characteristics of those who lead church plants. The answer may surprise you.

Lead On article by John Valentine. What is distinctive about leading in church planting? John explores three tensions that the church planter must navigate: the intersection between church and mission, between context and the leader's gifts, and between short and long term.