2020 news archive
Press releases from January 1st 2020 - December 31st 2020. If you are looking for a press release prior to 2013, please contact the communications team.
Archbishop’s to give first online Midnight Mass as parishes register 50,000 services and events on A Church Near You site this month.
Following the announcement of fresh restrictions, including a new higher tier, a statement from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and the Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally,
Special service of lessons and carols with participants from around the world issues challenge to stand up for 'righteousness and justice'.
Investors ask all mining companies to confirm support for the implementation of the Global Standard in their operations
The Church of England’s Worship at Home for the fourth Sunday of Advent reflects on the experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic of those suffering from illness, bereavement and mental health setbacks.
During the Christmas period, which would ordinarily see nearly 6 million people attend church buildings, Churches, chapels and cathedrals across the country are adopting a range of measures to allow people to come together as church, either virtually or in person.
Dr Guli Francis-Dehqani will be the next Bishop of Chelmsford, Downing Street has announced.
The Church of England Pensions Board has today welcomed the move by eight leading energy companies to agree collaborative Principles for the energy transition.
The House of Bishops met for a scheduled two-day meeting on Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 December 2020 via Zoom.
The Church Commissioners for England and the Church of England Pensions Board support investor intervention on human rights in Big Tech
The Church Commissioners for England and the Church of England Pensions Board, representing £8.7 billion and £2.8 billion assets under management respectively, today joined the Council on Ethics of the Swedish National Pension Funds and other major investors in making clear expectations for Big Tech companies with regards to human rights.