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Ancient communion vessels provide a unique continuity of worship, and you may still be using them regularly. We can help you see the signs of damage, understand their causes, and help you with tips on practical maintenance. Church plates can be kept in regular use, but the most valuable pieces should only be cleaned by a specialist.
Solar Panels at St Augustine's, Highbury
Keywords; Net-zero Carbon, Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Solar, Diocese of London, Parish Church, External Example
Legal Opinions and other guidance
Legal Opinions from the General Synod's Legal Advisory Commission, as well as other formal guidance relating to legislation
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.
Help with increases in everyday bills
Guidance from the Church of England Pensions Board on the cost of living.
Our conservation committees are made up of leading experts in heritage and church conservation, architecture, art history and archaeology.
Net zero carbon routemap
The Routemap to Net Zero Carbon by 2030 is a plan for how the Church of England can be net zero carbon by 2030. It was approved by General Synod in July 2022.
Information about the governance of safeguarding in the Church of England