The seven NCIs are:
- The Archbishops' Council
Leadership, strategy and executive responsibility.
- Lambeth Palace
The office and home of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
- Bishopthorpe Palace
The office and home of the Archbishop of York.
- The Church Commissioners
Manages the national Church’s investment fund and provides money to support the Church’s work.
- The Church of England Pensions Board
Provides retirement services for those who have served or worked for the Church.
- National Society for Promoting Religious Education
Our education department.
- The Church of England Central Services
HR, Finance & Resources, IT, Legal, Communications, and Record Centre.
The NCIs are separate legal entities, but they are a common employer. The present arrangements were established under the National Institutions Measure 1998.
An assembly of clergy and non-clergy church members to discuss and debate church matters. They can meet as a deanery, a diocese or a General Synod.