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Members of Religious Communities
Members of Religious Communities from Common Worship: Festivals by The Church of England.
- Common Worship
Full extent of Church of England work to support local communities revealed
NEWS / More than 33,000 social action projects are run or supported by churches, according to figures setting out for the first time the full scale of the Church's service to communities.
- News & Stories
Response to Religious Education Commission
NEWS / Chief Education Officer response to report on Religious Education.
- News & Stories
Exploring lay ministry
Lay ministers serve together alongside the ordained. Here you will find practical information to help you understand selection, training, and authorisation.
Information about religious education, Understanding Christianity and Collective Worship in Church of England schools.
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.
New religious movements
Many people today join groups which are often called 'sects' or 'cults'. However, most people who study such religions and spiritualities call them 'new religious movements' or 'minority' religions.
Who to tell and where to file
A Church of England funeral is available to everyone, giving support before, during and after the service, for as long as it’s needed.
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.