She was always there for me and taught me to do the right thing – Church of England survey highlights what it means to be a mother in Britain today
NEWS / Always being there to support their children when needed tops the list of important things that the British public say their mothers have done for them, new research has found.
NEWS / Dr Eve Poole, an academic and former Deloitte consultant, has been appointed as Third Church Estates Commissioner
NEWS / The first day of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) hearing into the Anglican Church in England and Wales - looking at the diocese of Chichester as a case study - heard opening statements from representatives of all the core participants.
Make financial education compulsory in primary schools, says Archbishop of Canterbury's Just Finance Foundation
NEWS / Primary school pupils should receive compulsory lessons on how to manage money as part of the response to growing levels of financial insecurity and problem debt in the UK, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Just Finance Foundation says today.
NEWS / The Church of England Pensions Board, together with investors with assets totalling nearly £50bn, has filed a shareholder resolution at Rio Tinto calling on the company to review and fully disclose its relationships with industry bodies.
A statement from the Church of England on IICSA’s Child Migration Report.
NEWS / The Church of England has today announced the winners of their first Digital Labs, held in East London on Saturday 24th February 2018.
NEWS / Revd Ed Olsworth-Peter has been appointed as the new National Adviser for Pioneer Development. He succeeds the Revd Canon Dave Male, who was appointed recently as Director of Evangelism and Discipleship in the Archbishops’ Council.
NEWS / Churches spires set to play key role in bringing wifi, broadband and mobile access to rural areas under new agreement between Church of England and the Government.