The House of Bishops met on Wednesday 24 November remotely via Zoom.
The Queen has approved the nomination of The Reverend Canon Lusa Nsenga-Ngoy, currently Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Mission and Ministry Enabler in the Diocese of Leicester, to the Suffragan See of Willesden in the Diocese of London.
One in 14 Church of England churches are now reporting “net zero” carbon emissions, according to the latest data from the Energy Footprint Toolkit (EFT).
The General Synod today called for the Government to reduce the gap between rich and poor after members heard of the ‘scandal’ of inequality.
Young people, aged between 12 and 17, from across England led and engaged in discussions with members of the General Synod ahead of the first full in-person meeting since before the pandemic.
General Synod backs moves to allow dioceses more freedom to share historic wealth with poorer dioceses
The General Synod has voted to back moves to lift a restriction on allowing wealthier dioceses to share their historic wealth with poorer dioceses after hearing about inequalities in finances within the Church of England.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have delivered a joint presidential address to the General Synod of the Church of England.
Her Majesty The Queen has highlighted how during the difficult times of the last few years “the Gospel of Christ has brought hope, as it has done throughout the ages”.
Nearly 400 ordinands completing theological training next year are on course to take up stipendiary curacy posts in the Church of England after extra funds were allocated, it was announced today.
'We must now keep up the moral pressure so that pledges are urgently turned into measurable action': Bishops respond to COP26
The Bishops of Norwich and Reading have commented at the conclusion of COP26.
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