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.
The Church of England’s national online services alone have attracted more than 3.7 million views since the first restrictions on gatherings for public worship to limit the spread of Covid-19 were introduced almost a year ago.
The Church of England has made two new senior appointments within its National Education Team to lead the new framework for Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) which comes into effect from September 2021.
From Bishop Viv Faull, deputy lead safeguarding bishop and co-chair designate of the All Party Parliamentary Group on safeguarding in faith settings.
The Bishop of Birmingham has responded to the Budget.
Report on housing crisis ‘challenge to the soul’ of the Church of England – Archbishop of Canterbury
The Archbishop of Canterbury has warned of the ‘challenge to the soul’ of the Church of England posed by a landmark report calling on the Church to lead by example in solving the housing crisis.
Taskforce set up to recommend changes to ensure greater racial equality in the Church of England issues updates on its work.
The Archbishops’ Council has approved the next steps in independent oversight of the National Safeguarding Team (NST), with the first phase to be implemented by the summer.
The Bishop of Norwich, Graham Usher, will lead the Church of England’s Environment Programme.
Response to Ecclesiastical Law Society report on CDM.
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