The Church of England is preparing to take the church into people’s homes – through TV screens, laptops, computers and mobile phones – ahead of the first Sunday without public worship.
Guidance on weddings and baptisms during the current period of restrictions on public gatherings to combat coronavirus has been updated by the Church of England.
All that time planning and dreaming about your wedding day or a christening, and now it can’t happen as you expected.
Archbishop of Canterbury to lead a national broadcast as the Church of England responds to the challenge of becoming a “different sort of church” in the face of the challenge of coronavirus.
The Church of England has today issued new advice to ensure funerals can continue safely amid the current restrictions in light of the current outbreak of Coronavirus Covid-19.
If someone you love dies in the next few days, of whatever cause, it will still be possible to have a small funeral held at a church or a crematorium led by a Church of England minister.
Archbishops call for Church of England to become radically different as public worship put on hold to help stem spread of coronavirus
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are calling for Church of England churches to put public worship on hold and become a “different sort of church”.
The Church of England has announced today a new set of resources outlining the support available for those in ordained ministry, and those training for ordination, who become parents.
The Church of England has launched a new Vision for Higher Education, calling for a humane education, inspired by the key values of wisdom, community, virtue and the common good.
The Revd Andrew Emerton has been announced by Downing Street as the next Bishop of Sherwood in the Diocese of Southwell and Notts.