Health related articles
Revd Jo Haine, from the Diocese of Salisbury, describes living with Long Covid
'We must not gamble with vulnerable people's lives' - the Church of England's adviser on medical ethics responds to calls for 'doctor assisted dying'
Revd Dr Brendan McCarthy, the Church of England's National Adviser on Medical Ethics, Health and Social Care Policy, sets out the Church of England's response to calls for 'doctor assisted dying'
Church leaders speak out in support of NHS-backed vaccination campaign
A group of bishops have offered their support to two women behind a legal challenge to be heard at the High Court to the law relating to abortion and Down's Syndrome.
Church of England backing calls for the leaders of the world’s richest countries to halt the 'hoarding' of COVID-19 vaccines while billions of people have yet to be jabbed
Church of England supporting launch of ‘VaccinAid’ campaign which offers people a practical way to give thanks for their Covid-19 jab by helping fund the biggest vaccination drive in history
Clergy are being advised not to share the chalice and to encourage worshippers not to shake hands during the ‘Sign of the Peace’ in services, as part of updated guidance on coronavirus issued by the Church of England.
COMMENT / Deanery becomes first in the country to have full-house of dementia friendly churches
The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Chief Rabbi and the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster warn today of the risk to vulnerable people should Parliament back a new attempt to change the law on assisted suicide.
The Church of England’s Mission and Public Affairs division has published advice to parishes on practical steps to reduce the risk of infection from Coronavirus (COVID-19).