As part of the Biblefresh initiative in 2011 (timed to coincide with the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible), churches around the UK are taking up the E100 challenge.
The E100 Bible Reading Challenge is 50 readings in the Old Testament and 50 readings in the New Testament. It's designed to help people get back into reading the Bible and also help them better understand the Bible story.
The programme was pioneered by Scripture Union in the USA where it is now a joint project with American Bible Society. Australia, New Zealand, Germany and Argentina are implementing or planning nationwide E100 campaigns.
A consortium comprising the national Bible Societies and the Scripture Union movements of England and Wales, Ireland Northern Ireland and Scotland, along with Wycliffe Bible Translators has been formed to promote the programme throughout Britain and Ireland.