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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.
Racial justice and inclusion is a critical priority for the Church of England and is committed to ensuring that our dioceses, clergy and volunteers reflect the communities we are called to serve.
Policies, resources, and quality assurance for Theological Education Institutions.
Clergy Discipline Commission
Details on the membership and functions of the Clergy Discipline Commission.
Conservation management plans
A conservation management plan is a useful tool for recognising and reconciling tensions that may come up between the necessary life of the worshiping community and the significance of the place. It helps the church and its community to rise above these tensions in order to develop and grow. Conservation management plans are likely to be especially useful to major churches and cathedrals.
Digital Giving Rollout 2022-2024
The National Giving Team is embarking on a three-year project to help thousands of more churches to get started with digital giving.
Records management guides
These records management guides have been researched and produced to help parishes, dioceses, bishops and cathedrals to develop best practice.