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EOTOS 2009 - Common Tenure flowchart (DOC-67.5KB)
Church Commissioners

Following queries on the effect of Common Tenure provisions on pastoral reorganisation, guidance was provided to all Diocesan Secretaries, Diocesan Mission and Pastoral Committee Secretaries, Diocesan Registrars, Archdeacons by the Pastoral Division.


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Parsonages - A Design Guide (PDF-752.38KB)
Church Commissioners

Our Guide (commonly called the Green Guide) published in December 1998 for those concerned with all aspects of the building or purchase of parsonages. It includes a Design Brief, sets out the standards and has supplements on issues such as security.


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Representations against Parsonage and Glebe Matters (DOC-41KB)
Church Commissioners

A flowchart outlining our procedures upon receipt of representations against parsonage transactions (including the disposition of sale proceeds) and the sale of diocesan glebe


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Annex 7 - Disposession of clergy and payment of compensation (DOCX-28.45KB)
Church Commissioners

Annex 7 of the Pastoral Measure 1983 Code of Practice. This note outlines the procedures surrounding clergy dispossession and payment of compensation when a pastoral scheme takes effect.


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Summary of the legislation (PDF-58.66KB)
Church of England

By 2011 many clergy in the Church of England will hold their Ecclesiastical Office under a new form of tenure. Common Tenure is part of a framework of terms of service that brings security, clarity and the opportunity for people to work together to encourage and support the clergy's ministry.


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Example SOP for incumbent (PDF-82.05KB)
Church of England

Example statement of particulars for a full time stipendiary incumbent who has opted onto Common Tenure.


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The 2008 Review of CMD (DOC-791KB)
Church of England

This report tells us the story of how we are equipping and supporting the church’s licensed ministers. It draws attention to: the changing demographics and patterns of ministry, the clergy terms of service legislation and It also provides a picture of how these challenges relate to the provision of Continuing Ministerial Development nationally.


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Criteria for a training parish (PDF-6.54KB)
Church of England

As far as the Church of England is concerned there has been unease in recent years that the 'training parish' is such by virtue of its size and need for an extra pair of clergy hands. By contrast, almost any parish might be deemed suitable to be a 'training parish' at a particular time if it met the following criteria....




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