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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.
Diocesan Giving Advisors
Many dioceses have giving advisors to support and guide your church in all matters of giving.
Diocesan Synod Motions
A list of all current Diocesan Synod Motions on the General Synod's Agenda.
Synod votes to bring forward draft safeguarding legislation
NEWS / Synod voted today that proposals for draft legislation to enable the Church of England to deal more effectively with safeguarding issues be brought forward.
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House of Bishops pastoral guidance on same sex marriage
NEWS / Following their meeting on February 13th 2014 the House of Bishops of the Church of England have today issued a statement of Pastoral Guidance on Same Sex Marriage.
Response to Government consultation on future of civil partnership
NEWS / The Church of England has submitted its response to the Government's consultation document on the future of civil partnership.
Archbishop launches new guidance for tackling homophobic bullying in Church of England schools
NEWS / The Archbishop of Canterbury has today launched a report from the Education Division of the Church of England "Valuing All God's Children: Guidance for Church of England Schools on Challenging Homophobic Bullying."
Guidelines for the Professional Conduct of the Clergy
NEWS / Synod voted today to take note of the report: Guidelines for the Professional Conduct of the Clergy. These are not a legal code but a set of draft guidelines, commended by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, describing what is desirable in the professional conduct of clergy.