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NEWS / Call for 'Big Conversation' on clergy well-being
The Church of England has announced today a new set of resources outlining the support available for those in ordained ministry, and those training for ordination, who become parents.
Dave Male, the Church of England’s director of evangelism and discipleship, comments on recent articles and blogs speculating about the ‘Vision and Strategy’ discussions
The Church of England is providing £5.6 million in funding for additional clergy posts across the country from rural areas to inner cities.
A new report detailing how clergy have fared in the Covid pandemic is published today as part of the latest findings from the Church of England’s Living Ministry research programme.
We’re in the midst of a housing crisis. The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Commission on Housing, Church and Community believes that, if real change is going to be made, we all need to play our part. For Lent, we’re looking at how individual Christians can get involved. This week, Revd Dr Catherine Shelley writes about her experience of taking in lodgers.
The Church of England published its latest research into clergy well-being today.
The National Register of the Church’s clergy with a licence or Permission to Officiate (PTO) is now publicly available on the Church of England website.
Nearly 400 ordinands completing theological training next year are on course to take up stipendiary curacy posts in the Church of England after extra funds were allocated, it was announced today.
A letter of response to an article appearing in the Spectator on Thursday 4 February 2021.