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The Dioceses Commission exists to help resolve issues regarding Diocesan boundaries in partnership with others, and to encourage shared working across boundaries.
The General Synod consists of the House of Bishops, the House of Clergy and the House of Laity.
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.
Committees and Commissions
A list of all of the subsidiary bodies (Committees and Commissions) of the General Synod of the Church of England.
Diocese: our regional presence
Each of the English diocese (and the Diocese in Europe) has a structure of boards and councils responsible for different aspects of the Church's work including ministry, mission and education.
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.
This page explains what an Eco Diocese is and how different Dioceses have worked towards this status.
The Liturgical Commission prepares forms of service and promotes the development and understanding of liturgy and its use in the Church.