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Statement from Revd Dr Brendan McCarthy on Mitochondrial replacement therapy
NEWS / The Rev Dr Brendan McCarthy, the Church of England's national adviser on medical ethics, said: "The Church of England is aware of the complex ethical issues raised over the possibility of mitochondrial replacement therapy and the extensive scientific research that has been carried out in this field over the years.
Donations and Legacies
The Church of England Pensions Board is a registered charity. The Trustees are very grateful to those who support our work through donations or remembering the Pensions Board in their Will.
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
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.
Porvoo Communion Church Leaders' Consultation
A Communiqué following the Porvoo Communion Church Leader's Consultation in Porto
Church of England partner with Visa to enable contactless donations at 300 churches
The Church of England has embarked on a new partnership with Visa, SumUp and Caution Your Blast to enable 300 more churches across the UK to accept contactless donations.
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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’.
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