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IICSA interim report

Publication of the interim report from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, IICSA

Julian Hubbard to move on in September from Ministry Division

Julian Hubbard will be moving on from his role as Director of the Ministry Division this September.

Ministers encouraged to talk about vocation in new campaign

Nearly 30,000 serving ministers, both lay and ordained, are being encouraged to hold at least one conversation a month about vocation with someone different from themselves, in a campaign launched by the Church of England.

Bishop welcomes proposed plastic ban

NEWS / The Church of England’s lead bishop on the environment has said recent proposed Government environment initiatives mean this could prove to be a ‘great week’ for environmental policy in the UK.

The Dean swaps his surplice for a sleeping bag in support of the homeless

The Very Revd Andrew Tremlett, Dean of Durham will be swapping his surplice for a sleeping bag later this month as he joins other CEOs and business leaders in a sleepout in Durham Cathedral in support of the homeless.  Andrew will join hundreds of business leaders who are all coming...

Generation Y still hope to walk down the aisle

NEWS / Millennials still value marriage with almost three quarters of those who are unmarried (72%) intending to tie the knot, according to new research by the Church of England.

Church of England Pensions Board issues £50 million of bonds to fund clergy retirement...

NEWS / The Church of England Pensions Board today announced that it has issued £50 million of bonds, giving it access to a further tranche of long-term finance to purchase additional properties for its clergy retirement housing scheme.

Chief Education Officer welcomes Government response on out-of-school education.

Following the publication of the findings from the Department for Education’s consultation on out-of-school education, the Church of England’s Chief Education Officer, the Revd Nigel Genders welcomes Government response .

Bishops call for rethink on two-child limit

Sixty Church of England Bishops have joined with other faith leaders to call for a rethink the Government's two-child limit on benefits.

Bishops’ Easter letter warns of slavery in our midst

NEWS / Joint letter signed by 15 bishops calls on the public to be on look-out for exploitation