Since the year 2000 new attendance counting methods have been
introduced across the Church of England and statistical information
has been linked with digitally mapped parish boundaries.
The Church Statistics publications present a
summary of comparable details for attendance, membership and
finance information in their geographical
context. Details of archived versions are available from this
Finance 2005 - 2009
Parish Attendance and Affiliation 2001 -
Licensed Ministry 2000 -
Planned giving to PCCs 2007 and 2008
Unrestricted direct and other giving to PCCs
Unrestricted recurring income 2007 and
Charitable giving and total expenditure 1964 to
Recurring expenditure 2007 and 2008
Parish attendance and
Summary diocesan statistics 2008/9
Average weekly attendance 2008 / 2007
Parochial church attendance 2000 to 2008
Easter and Christmas 2008 / 1922 to 2008
Parochial baptisms and thanksgivings 2008 / 1900 to 2008
Children at church related activities
Young people at church related activities
Parochial church electoral rolls 2008
Parochial comparisons 1900 to 2008
Parochial marriages and funerals 2008
Marriages 1982 to 2007
Ordination of women resolutions and petitions
Summary of diocesan licensed ministers
Full time stipendiary diocesan clergy
Chaplaincy and other ministries 2009
Licensed Readers and Church Army 2009
Age profile of clergy 2009
Distribution of stipendiary diocesan clergy
Projections of stipendiary diocesan clergy shares
2010 - 2014
Ordinations and Reader Admissions 1994 to
Licensed ministries 2009
PLEASE NOTE - THIS PAGE IS CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED
WITH EARLIER VERSIONS OF CHURCH STATISTICS. THE FULL
COMPLIMENT WILL BE ADDED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
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