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Churchyards display a variety of historic structures, many listed in their own right. The good management of a churchyard needs to take into account a range of issues, from the burial rights of parishioners to the wildlife management of the churchyard.
Records management guides
These records management guides have been researched and produced to help parishes, dioceses, bishops and cathedrals to develop best practice.
The General Synod consists of the House of Bishops, the House of Clergy and the House of Laity.
Statement on structure of National Safeguarding Team
Following the establishment of the National Safeguarding Team in 2015 - replacing a 0.5 national post - the Archbishops' Council has recently reviewed its structure and after consultation will be advertising for a Director of Safeguarding.
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Creating and administrating a church social media account
Useful guide for anyone creating a new account for a church
Records of past meetings
Past Reports of Proceedings; a record of the Business Done at each group of sessions and the electronic voting results for individual items.
National Church Governance Project Board examines future single structure
The National Church Governance Project Board has held further detailed discussions on how a proposed new body bringing together many of the Church of England’s national administrative structures would operate.
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Parsonages and Glebe – guidance and forms for diocesan administrators
Information and documents can be found here regarding the Church Commissioners' role in parsonages and glebe transactions.
Audio recording at home
Turn your sermon into a podcast. In this blog you'll learn how to set up your equipment at home