The church may be struggling, but there are signs of hope. New life, new ideas and new vicars will help it to survive and prosper in future. Matthew Cashmore has turned his back on a successful executive lifestyle and is moving with his family to Hereford to start a new life in the clergy. But first he has to be ordained, at a grand ceremony in Hereford Cathedral. In the Black Mountains, Revd Nicholas Lowton believes his churches will have to adapt or die, so he has come up with a plan of action that will bring in radical change - champing, or 'camping at church'. In Much Wenlock, Shropshire, Matthew Stafford is welcoming new life into the church by baptising twins Ollie and Charlie.