Bishops' information: House and College of Bishops

Throughout the course of a year there are a number of meetings that bishops attend that help further the work of the Church of England.

Archbishop of Canterbury laughing with lady in church Diocese of Derby
 House of Bishops' Standing Committee
House of Bishops' Delegation Committee
House of Bishops
College of Bishops
Other Bishops' meetings

Summary of Decisions

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Key documents from the House of Bishops

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Area of the Church under the authority of an archbishop – consisting of a number of dioceses. Hence ‘Province of Canterbury’ (Southern Province), ‘Province of York’ (Northern Province).