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    Racial equality


    Response to concerns over racism within the Church and wider society

    1 min read
  2. Bishop of Penrith

    New Bishop of Penrith


    The next Bishop of Penrith will be Revd Canon Rob Saner-Haigh

    1 min read
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    New Bishop of Kirkstall


    The next Bishop of Kirkstall will be Revd Canon Arun Arora

    1 min read
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    William Scott Farrell review - Publication of independent overview report


    Publication of independent overview report relating to William Scott Farrell

    4 min read
  5. The Archbishop of York speaks at Newcastle Cathedral

    Cathedrals have a mission to show the ‘heart of Jesus’ to a suffering world, Archbishop tells conference


    The Archbishop of York has encouraged cathedrals to continue to ask the ‘hard missional questions’ about how to transmit the good news of Jesus Christ in a world suffering from confusion and uncertainty.

    2 min read
  6. The Bishop of Norwich at a Lectern addressing the cathedrals conference

    Cathedrals can light the way to Net Zero - Bishop


    England's ancient cathedrals could be in the 'vanguard' of technological development needed to reach Net Zero.

    3 min read
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    House of Bishops - 9-11 May 2022 inclusive


    The House of Bishops held its first residential meeting in 2022, in York over three days. Joining the meeting for the first time were four participant observers of UK Minority Ethnic/ Global Majority Heritage (UKME/GMH) background who were formally welcomed by the House.

    4 min read
  8. St Augustine's Cross, Ebbsfleet

    See of Ebbsfleet – consultation


    Following the resignation of the former Bishop of Ebbsfleet, Jonathan Goodall, in September last year, a consultation on the way forward for the see has received a number of calls to consider relocating the post to be rooted in an individual diocese and diocesan college of bishops.

    2 min read
  9. Archbishops of Canterbury and York outside St John The Evangelist, Balby

    Church of England national funding to increase 30% to support and develop ministry especially with young people and disadvantaged communities


    The Church of England today announced plans for a significant increase in funding for the next three years to support God’s mission and ministry across the country, supporting local parishes and growing many more new worshipping communities to serve the whole nation.  

    6 min read
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    Church Commissioners reports strong financial returns in 2021 of 13.3%


    The Church Commissioners for England, which manages the endowment fund of the Church of England, published its financial results for 2021 today in its Annual Report. 

    2 min read