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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.
Synod invites engagement on ideas to simplify National Church Institutions governance structures
General Synod has thanked the authors of a report proposing possible changes to the governance structures of the Church of England’s National Church Institutions.
Your church organ needs regular maintenance, and every 20 to 30 years it might also need a few repairs. We can help you make good choices when the time comes to repair or replace it.
How are you going to manage the new activities after the building work is finished? If your project is big, you might have to set up a separate company. We can help you understand your options and choose the structure that gives you the right level of control.
Submission to Government consultation on marriage by non religious belief organisations
NEWS / The Archbishops' Council has published the full text of its submission to the Ministry of Justice consultation on whether the law should be changed to allow Humanists and any other non-religious belief organisations to conduct legally valid marriage ceremonies.
National Church Governance Project Board
The National Church Governance Project Board met to update on the Governance Review and to complete a review of its risk register.
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.
Recommendations made for Church of England Governance Reform
A Church of England Governance Review working group, established by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to explore options for simpler and more effective governance, has recommended changes to the Church’s national governance structures.
The Church Commissioners for England exist to support the work and mission of the Church of England today and for future generations, helping it to remain a Christian presence in every community