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Terms and conditions
Polices, terms and conditions relating to use of the Church of England website, other digital or online services and contact with the National Church Institutions.
Clergy Terms and Conditions of Service
Links to clergy HR legislation, policy and guidance.
Find out about how we are making our web platforms accessible to as many people as possible.
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.
Access works in cathedrals
Cathedrals are beautiful historic buildings and living places of worship. They should be open to, and able to be enjoyed by all. Cathedral Chapters have a responsibility, both as Christian places of worship and under the Equality Act 2010, to make reasonable provision for access, including identifying and dealing with any obstacle to accessing your cathedral and its precincts. We can help to support you through this process.
The importance of accessible web content
The testers involved in the Church of England's website accessibility audit talk about their experience.
- News & Stories
Zoom accessibility tools
Accessibility features in Zoom to support your church community online
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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Accession Services, from The Book of Common Prayer (1662). Cambridge University Press, 2006 edition; updated in line with the Royal Warrant of September 2022.
- Book of Common Prayer