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As an ethical and responsible investor, we exclude companies in a number of different sectors from our investments.
Rural Affairs Group
The Rural Affairs Group of General Synod is primarily a consultative group that works to support the mission and growth of the rural Church of England. It is chaired by the Rt Revd Richard Frith, Bishop of Hereford.
Ethical Investment Advisory Group
The Ethical Investment Advisory Group supports the Church Commissioners, the Church of England Pensions Board and the CBF Church of England funds (managed by CCLA).
Working together internationally
The Church of England works with other Churches across Europe and the wider world.
Medical ethics, health and social care
We cover everything from before the cradle to after the grave: from embryo research to organ donation and anything medical or health-related in between.
Our churches form the country’s single largest 'estate' of built heritage. Find out more about them on this page.
The Church of England's cathedrals are physical and cultural landmarks, often the most magnificent, complex and ancient buildings in their local area.