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For the first time, under historic plans outlined today, same-sex couples will be able to come to church to give thanks for their civil marriage or civil partnership and receive God’s blessing.
The College of Bishops has considered a proposal inviting bishops to meet in small regional groups for a series of four focused conversations between November 2021 and June 2022.
Bishops met over the past two days to pray and discuss progress on implementing the recent decision of General Synod on sexuality and marriage.
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s speech in Living in Love and Faith debate at General Synod on Wednesday 8th February 2023.
There are already encouraging signs of hope that the Church is embracing this unique opportunity to learn and reflect together across difference, for the sake of our unity in Christ.
The College of Bishops of the Church of England held its first three-day meeting to begin a process of discernment and decision-making about questions of identity, sexuality and marriage.
The College of Bishops held its second three-day meeting (12-14 December) to continue discerning a way forward for the Church of England on questions of identity, sexuality and marriage.
The College of Bishops and the House of Bishops met on Tuesday 17 January to discern a way forward for the Church of England on questions of identity, sexuality and marriage.
New process of discernment and decision-making on questions of identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage.
The Church of England’s Living in Love and Faith teaching and learning resources, exploring questions of human identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage, will be published on the afternoon of November 9.