I really love the evangelism of the A2G -- taking church to the people, and not waiting for the people to come to church.
As I wrote 2 years ago (the ultimate narcissim, quoting myself):
First, it's a powerful outreach. To those fallen away, it is a call back to the signs and rhythms of the liturgy. To those who may be questioning, it is a step towards belonging. Basically, for people who are not going to church, and who aren't going to go in "cold", it's an invitation and a welcome. Maybe it will call them to want to learn more.
Second, it's a statement of faith in the public square. ... You Episcopalians are the nicest group of Christians that no one knows about, and too often hide yourselves in the walls of your churches. Why not make a statement of who you are where people can hear it?Are you doing A2G? Have you seen any A2G stations in your community?