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Developing lay ministries
We want to encourage the church to release the gifts of ministry among all its members, especially those who serve and lead in different contexts.
The day-to-day management of the Commissioners is delegated to Gareth Mostyn. He is supported in his role by a senior management group and the wider staff team.
Exploring lay ministry
Lay ministers serve together alongside the ordained. Here you will find practical information to help you understand selection, training, and authorisation.
Leadership and governance
How the leadership and governance of the Church of England is structured.
Renewable energy installations are more and more common and affordable. But it’s important to choose the right one for your building and community use.
Senior Leadership Learning and Development
Senior leadership learning and development team provide learning and development opportunities to clergy holding senior positions. Equipping them for the significant missional challenges of leading the Church of England.
Renewing your vows
There may be a time when you want to come to church and renew your vows. You can have this kind of service even if you weren’t originally married in church.
Update our Renewable Energy data
Update the renewable energy data held on the Church Heritage Record
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.