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There are some circumstances where you will be required to go through a formal tendering and procurement process – for example if you are completing a project funded by public or government money. However it is a good idea to follow these processes if even you are not required to, as it ensures that you know you are getting good value for money. The process to procure goods, and to recruit consultants and contractors must be fair and open. We can guide you through the requirements.
Webinars on getting to net zero carbon
Find details of our series of webinars on different aspects of the Church of England environment programme and the path to 'net zero carbon'.
Information on the Clergy Discipline Measure 2003 and how to make an allegation of misconduct.
Closed church buildings available for disposal
Details of all the closed church buildings currently available for sale or lease from the Church of England for suitable uses.
Discovering prayer with children
Prayer is both simple and special, and is one of the things that everyone can do for the children in our lives. It might be lighting a candle or pausing for thought, or it could be something you discover together.
Christenings & coronavirus
Now that christenings are possible again, you can contact a church and begin to make plans. These are some of the questions you might have.
Crime and security prevention
Churches buildings are ideally open places where people can feel welcome and at ease to pray or rest without feeling watched or to enjoy the peace and beauty of the place. Concern about incidences of theft and crime should not prevent this.
We can help you prevent crime in your church