UK faith leaders have called on the Government to ensure its economic recovery plan does not bypass care for the Environment
On Sunday 5 July, prisoners and their families will be able to worship together during the first-ever online prison church service broadcast by the Church of England.
The Church of England has published new advice to help parish churches and cathedrals prepare to reopen their buildings for public worship after more than three months of lockdown because of the coronavirus.
Adam Matthews, Director of Ethics and Engagement for the Church of England Pensions Board has today been named ‘Personality of the Year’.
Churches planning to use their land and buildings to help people priced out of the housing market are to be given specialist support under a new scheme.
Statements from Bishop Stephen, Archbishop Justin and the National Safeguarding Team.
The events of the past weeks in response to the tragic death of George Floyd have brought into focus the question of monuments to individuals who have participated in systemic and targeted discrimination or exploitation based on race.
Revd Chris Lee, a vicar who has reached new audiences on Instagram, will lead this week’s online service for the Church of England – with a message that God welcomes us all, however ‘messy’ we may believe our lives to be.
Co-conveners of the Global Tailings Review show their support for the first Global Industry Standard on Tailings Dams.
In response to your article ‘CofE is ‘being used’ in campaign against Dean of Christ Church’ I would like to point out that the National Safeguarding Team has no view about, and is not involved in, the wider issues relating to the College and the Dean.