Archbishop of Canterbury to lead Easter Sunday worship from Canterbury Cathedral as churches and cathedrals prepare to celebrate Easter
As churches and Cathedrals around the country prepare to celebrate Easter, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will for the first time give his Easter sermon across BBC television, local and national radio, and the Church of England digital platforms.
Church of England to provide National Professional Qualification for school leadership in partnership with Catholic Church
The Department for Education has announced that a partnership between The Church of England and the Catholic Church will provide part of the Government’s reformed National Professional Qualification training for teachers from September 2021.
The Church of England has today published its detailed responses to the recommendations of the IICSA report from October.
The Pensions Board seeks to make real change in high carbon sectors
Leaseholders face crippling bills for problem they did not create – bishops react to Commons cladding vote
The Bishop of St Albans, Alan Smith, the Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally, and the Bishop of Kensington, Graham Tomlin, voice regret at the vote in the Commons removing an amendment to the Fire Safety Bill to protect leaseholders from the cost of replacing dangerous cladding.
Churches and cathedrals are to toll bells, light thousands of candles and offer prayers as the country marks the first anniversary of lockdown tomorrow.
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
Leaders from across different faiths ask the public to join them in a national day to remember those who have died from any cause during the pandemic – being held on Tues 23 March - and to show support for everyone who has been bereaved.
The House of Bishops met on Wednesday March 17 2021 remotely via Zoom.
More than half of young adults have lost someone close to them over the past year, with this age group most active in helping to comfort the bereaved and organise funerals, according to new research on the impact of the pandemic published today by the Church of England.