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General Synod backs ban on conversion therapy
NEWS / General Synod backs ban on conversion therapy.
Conversion therapy ban: comment from the Bishop of London
Following the announcement in the Queen’s Speech that the Government will ban conversion therapy, the Bishop of London Sarah Mullally commented.
Government pledge to eradicate conversion therapy
NEWS / Church of England welcomes the Government's commitment to eradicate conversion therapy aimed at changing people's sexual orientation
General Notes from Common Worship: Daily Prayer by The Church of England.
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Bishops in the House of Lords to speak in debate on conversion therapy ban
Bishops in the House of Lords will be taking part in a debate tomorrow on a Private Member’s Bill calling for a ban on conversion therapy.
Secretary General to step down
William Fittall, the Secretary General of the Archbishops' Council and General Synod of the Church of England announced his intention to leave his post on November 30th this year.
Church of England announces new Secretary General
NEWS / The Archbishops' Council are delighted to announce William Nye has been selected to be its next Secretary-General and Secretary General of the General Synod of the Church of England.
Secretary General responds to GAFCON UK
NEWS / William Nye, Secretary General of the Archbishops' Council, has today sent the following letter to the Revd Canon Andy Lines, Chairman of GAFCON UK Task Force in response to the briefing paper, 'The Church of England and Lambeth 1:10'.
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Notes from Common Worship: Additional Eucharistic Prayers - with Guidance on Celebrating the Eucharist with Children by The Church of England.
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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.