Organisations set up to help the Church in its task of mission at home and overseas.
(National Church Institutions) The collective name for the 7 administrative bodies that work together to support the mission and ministries of the Church
Oath of Supremacy
The Oath of Supremacy requires any person taking public or church office in England to swear allegiance to the monarch as Supreme Governor of the Church of England.
Someone who is currently being trained to be a member of the clergy
Ceremony where people become deacons, priests or bishops
The smallest pastoral area within the Church of England. A parish usually has one main church building.
The seventh Sunday after Easter, marking the end of the Easter season and commemorating the gift of the Holy Spirit to the Church.
A journey someone takes with a spiritual connection. The pilgrim may visit holy places on the way or travel to a holy place.
Land around a cathedral in the freehold ownership of the cathedral chapter that constitutes the cathedral’s immediate setting.
An ordained person who preaches, celebrates the sacraments and provides pastoral care.