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Churches have a responsibility to make sure that, as far as is reasonably possible, their buildings and activities are accessible to everyone. We can help you understand the Equality Act and what it means for your church.
Making a church website accessible
We invited Revd Bill Braviner, Disability Adviser to the Diocese of Durham and Co-Founder of Disability & Jesus, to share his knowledge on how we can make our websites accessible to all.
Find out about how we are making our web platforms accessible to as many people as possible.
Professional photography at a church wedding
Everyone will be taking photos at your wedding, but you may also want to have beautiful photographs you can look back on for many years to come. These might be taken by a friend or you may want to use a professional photographer.
Get the builders on site
Your architect will hire the builders and manage the building works. But you need to understand what is happening because, in the end, it’s your responsibility.
House of Bishops backs phased approach to revising access to church buildings
The House of Bishops met via Zoom this afternoon and continued to review advice to clergy on the Church’s efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus, to protect the vulnerable and health services.
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Church Buildings Council
We help you keep your church building open, used for worship and enjoyed by all.
Improving accessibility across Church of England websites
Accessibility is a vital tool in ensuring that our digital platforms are open to everyone.
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Digital trends for the Church in 2020
We’ve collated a list of trends we think you should be exploring over the next 12 months as you plan how you’ll be using social media and websites as a part of your church’s mission.