A recognised religious group that have their own beliefs but belong to the same wider religion. i.e Anglicans, Protestants and Catholics are seperate denominations of the Christian faith
The bishop in charge of a diocese.
Main administrative and pastoral area in the Church of England – often roughly coincides with local county boundaries. There are 42 dioceses.
A commitment to following Jesus day by day
Relations with other churches, aiming at deeper unity
A register of members of the Church of England in each parish who are entitled to elect the parochial church council and attend the annual parochial church meeting.
A Christian holy day in January (traditionally 6 January in Western Christianity) that celebrates the revelation of the baby Jesus to the world.
An ancient name (from the Greek word for 'thanksgiving') widely used today for the service that is otherwise known as the Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper or Mass.
A service of psalms, readings, and prayers in the evening (also called Evening Prayer).
Different ways of doing or being a church. This might be where they meet or how they worship designed to engage people who don't normally go to church