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Proposals affecting The North West Hampshire Benefice
Proposals for pastoral reorganisation affecting The North West Hampshire Benefice in the diocese of Winchester.
This consultation has now closed.
The Anglican-Pentecostal Theological Steering Group recently hosted a joint consultation on baptism and the Holy Spirit.
Net zero consultation
Consultation on a Routemap net-zero carbon across the Church of England by 2030
St Michael's Baddesley Clinton : A small, rural, listed church becomes net zero carbon
Keywords; Net-zero Carbon, Electric Heating, Pew Heating, Lighting, Grade II*-listed Building, Diocese of Birmingham, Parish Church, External Example, Written Case Study, Video, Discussion Questions
See of Ebbsfleet – consultation
Following the resignation of the former Bishop of Ebbsfleet, Jonathan Goodall, in September last year, a consultation on the way forward for the see has received a number of calls to consider relocating the post to be rooted in an individual diocese and diocesan college of bishops.
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Consultation on parish reorganisation and closed church proposals
This page lists all the current cases in which public consultation is currently open.
Proposals affecting the benefice of North Westmorland Church of St Wilfrid, Brougham
Proposals for pastoral reorganisation affecting the benefice of North Westmorland Church of St. Wilfrid in the Diocese of Carlisle
This consultation expires on Monday 12th September 2022
Disclosure Consultation 2022
This page provides details of a six week open consultation, launched on 24th January 2022, on aligning an investor disclosure request with the Global Industry Standard on Tailings Management.
Porvoo Consultation in Tallinn, Estonia
Representatives of the Porvoo Communion met in Tallinn for a consultation entitled ‘Minorities and Majorities: A Challenge for Church and Society’.
Consultation, consultation, consultation: why churches should make their voice heard in planning
The Archbishop of Canterbury's Housing Commission believes that churches should engage with the planning system. When the Diocese of Leicester replied to the Leicestershire Strategic Growth Plan they found that it was very beneficial for them.