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Archbishop of Canterbury launches Commission on Housing, Church and Community
The housing crisis is to be the subject of a major new Commission launched today by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
Report on housing crisis ‘challenge to the soul’ of the Church of England – Archbishop of Canterbury
The Archbishop of Canterbury has warned of the ‘challenge to the soul’ of the Church of England posed by a landmark report calling on the Church to lead by example in solving the housing crisis.
Update on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Commission on the Relationship of the Channel Islands to the Wider Church of England
NEWS / Update from the Commission
Housing, Church and Community Commission
Together we can ensure that no one suffers the injustice of poor housing.
Archbishops launch new Commission on Reimagining Care
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have today announced a new commission aimed at developing a radical and inspiring vision, drawing on Christian theology and tradition, that reimagines care and support.
Measuring wellbeing as a policy instrument: why should the Commission be interested?
David French, member of the Commission, outlines the growing policy interest in developing a metric for wellbeing as an additional contribution to the UK government’s analysis of prosperity, and explores why the Commission should be examining this issue and shaping its development.
Archbishop of Canterbury will call for 'a resurrection of our common life,' in Easter Sunday sermon
The Archbishop of Canterbury will call for “a resurrection of our common life,” during his Easter Sunday sermon.
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Church Commissioners welcome Archbishops’ Housing Commission landmark study of UK housing crisis
Church Commissioners’ response to the report and highlights the Church Commissioners’ experience in housebuilding on its land.
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The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have established Commissions which have as their remit consideration of aspects of life in England today and the role that the Church of England has to play.