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Here you will find information about the Church of England’s National Redress Scheme. The purpose of the Redress Scheme is to demonstrate in tangible and practical ways that the Church is truly sorry for its past failings relating to safeguarding.
Elections and appointments to committees
The results of all elections of the General Synod or of its constituent Houses, from January 2022 to present. A list of all appointments made by the General Synod's Appointments Committee from January 2022 to present.
This page describes the various Ecclesiastical Courts and what kinds of cases they deal with.
Heating your church this winter
Practical tips and financial support to help keep you warm this winter.
Kate and Anna in conversation with Sharon Jagger
In this podcast, Kate and Anna talk about their journeys to ordination as working-class women and their experiences working in the Church of England.
Enabling Choice events
Latest events about Enabling Choice, a consultation on new choices to support clergy with retirement housing.
Church Commissioners Links to Historic Transatlantic Slavery
The Church Commissioners wants to learn about our past better to understand our present and continue to support the Church of England’s work and mission in the future. We have learned from independent research that Queen Anne’s Bounty, a predecessor fund of the Church Commissioners’ endowment, had links with transatlantic chattel slavery.