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PC - Overview of Members (DOC-36.5KB)
Church Commissioners

Overview and brief bio of the Church Commissioners' Pastoral Committee Members.


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PC - Meeting Dates 2014 (DOC-50KB)
Church Commissioners

Meeting dates for 2014 for the Church Commissioners' Pastoral Committee.


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Innovative and Unusual Pastoral Arrangements - Some Scenarios (PDF-339.11KB)
Church Commissioners

The Toyne Report (A Measure for Measures, GS1528) commented that the Pastoral Measure 1983 offered more scope for innovative and unusual types of pastoral reorganisation than is sometimes understood. These pages aim to provide information about such arrangements.


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DPMM 2007 - Notes and explanations (DOC-232KB)
Church of England,Church Commissioners

Notes and explanations on the Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure 2007, which was aimed at making new and more flexible provision for the Church's structures and procedures so as to facilitate its mission for the 21st Century.


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DPMM 2007 - Schedule 3 (DOC-24KB)
Church of England,Church Commissioners

Schedule 3 of the Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure 2007 which provides the constitution and procedure of the Diocean Mission and Pastoral Committees.


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DPMM 2007 - Timeline (DOC-31.5KB)
Church Commissioners

Timeline of Implementation for the Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure 2007.


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DPMM 2007 - William Fittall letter (DOC-33KB)
Church of England

Letter outlining commencement dates and details for the Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure 2007 (from Mr William Fittall, Secretary General to the General Synod, to all Diocesan and Suffragan Bishops, DBF Secretaries and Diocesan Registrars dated 21 December 2007).


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Local Building Audits - A guidance note for benefices, parishes and deaneries (DOC-493KB)
Church of England,Church Commissioners

Every church building was designed for a purpose - to be a centre for the Church's mission and worship and to demonstrate God's love for the world. Many have become buildings of historic and architectural importance which are valued by worshippers and non-worshippers alike. The purpose of building audits is to help decide the place of buildings in carrying out the Church's mission, while being objective about both the buildings themselves and the activities they cater for.


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Local Building Audits - A guidance note for Dioceses (DOC-477KB)
Church of England,Church Commissioners

Every church building was designed for a purpose - to be a centre for the Church's mission and worship and to demonstrate God's love for the world. Many have become buildings of historic and architectural importance which are valued by worshippers and non-worshippers alike. The purpose of building audits is to help decide the place of buildings in carrying out the Church's mission, while being objective about both the buildings themselves and the activities they cater for.


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Local Building Audits - A template for gathering information (DOC-295KB)
Church of England,Church Commissioners

Every church building was designed for a purpose - to be a centre for the Church's mission and worship and to demonstrate God's love for the world. Many have become buildings of historic and architectural importance which are valued by worshippers and non-worshippers alike. The purpose of building audits is to help decide the place of buildings in carrying out the Church's mission, while being objective about both the buildings themselves and the activities they cater for.


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