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Common Tenure FAQs
Most clergy hold office under Common Tenure and are either beneficed or licensed office holders. Licences may be of several types. Common Tenure confers on clergy, who are not subject to employment law, certain legal rights and obligations. All clergy are subject to the same standards as outlined in the Clergy discipline measure and Guidelines for the Conduct of Clergy. Some Frequently Asked Questions are answered here.
It’s unusual to require a Common Licence but this page explains the basic information about them if you’ve been advised that you need one.
Common Worship is a family of volumes which, together with the Book of Common Prayer, make up the official liturgical resources of the Church of England.
The Book of Common Prayer
The Book of Common Prayer (1662). Cambridge University Press, 2006 edition.
Social media community guidelines
Our community guidelines have been created to encourage conversations that reflect our values. They apply to all content posted on the national social media accounts run by the Church of England, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Archbishop of York.
Common of the Saints
Common of the Saints from Common Worship: Festivals by The Church of England.
- Common Worship
Common Prayer and the Law
Common Prayer and the Law from New Patterns for Worship by The Church of England.
- Common Worship
Appendix 1: The Ministry of Absolution: GS Misc 1085 (October 2014)
Guidelines for the Professional Conduct of the Clergy - Appendix 1
- Book of Common Prayer
Guide to getting started on social media
In 2020 Statistica reported more than 60% of people in the UK have a social media account. Creating a page or profile for your church is completely free and presents an opportunity to reach new people within your local community.
In this guide find out how to create an account for your church on each of the main social media networks, plus advice and guidance for managing your account safely.