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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.
The General Synod consists of the House of Bishops, the House of Clergy and the House of Laity.
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.
Grants for historic church interiors and churchyard structures
We give grants for the conservation of our historic church interiors and churchyard structures in partnership with the Pilgrim Trust, the Radcliffe Trust, the Oswald Allen Bequest, the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, and the Anglican Parish Churches Fund.
Apply to your Fabric Advisory Committee
The cathedral administrator is responsible for making sure applications are made in the proper way. We can help you navigate the process from beginning to end.
Leadership and governance
How the leadership and governance of the Church of England is structured.
Apply to the Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England
The Cathedral Administrator is responsible for making sure applications are made in the proper way, although they do not have to submit applications themselves. We can help you navigate the application process from beginning to end.
Three inter-related strands
Data analysis to shed light on the factors associated with growth; Church Profiling - a profile of growing churches; Structures - investigation of growth amongst cathedrals.
Information for Will Writers
Over 4,000 people each year leave gifts in their Wills to support the work of the Church of England, but the Church of England itself is not a legal entity and has a complex structure.