Archbishopric of Canterbury: Chair of Crown Nominations Commission appointed
26 April 2012
The Prime Minister has appointed the Rt Hon the Lord Luce KG, GCVO to be Chairman of the Crown Nominations Commission for its selection of the next Archbishop of Canterbury.
VAT lobby on alterations
24 April 2012
Vital alterations to churches should be not be compared to installing luxury swimming pools, says Second Church Estates Commissioner.
Jubilee Near You website launched
23 April 2012
Jubilee Near you website launched
Executive remuneration: The charity perspective
23 April 2012
The Church of England and a group of charities have joined together to urge investors to vote during the 2012 AGM season on executive remuneration packages that have risen excessively.
With 100 days to go, hundreds of churches are getting ready for 2012 Games
18 April 2012
One hundred days before the 2012 Games commence, the Church of England has released details illustrating how hundreds of its churches and worshippers are preparing to serve communities via Games-themed events, hospitality, chaplaincy, sports fixtures, prayer and exhibitions.
Michael Gove welcomes Church School of Future report
17 April 2012
Education Secretary Michael Gove replied to Tony Baldry, Second Church Estates Commissioner, about the Church School of Future report, during Commons Question time (April 16)
Director of Communications appointed
16 April 2012
The Revd Arun Arora has been appointed to serve the Church of England as Director of Communications at Church House, Westminster, following a competitive process.
Diamond Jubilee New Testament published
13 April 2012
The Church of England has worked with HOPE and Biblica to produce a Diamond Jubilee edition of the New Testament; 44,300 copies were ordered over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
Archbishop calls Back to Church Sunday "essential" - as registrations open for 2012
12 April 2012
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, says Back to Church Sunday is "essential" in a new videocast going live as registrations open for Back to Church Sunday, 30th September 2012.
Church asks ‘what would you pray for with Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane?’ - as survey finds 85 per cent have things they would pray for
05 April 2012
The Church of England is asking ‘what would you pray for with Jesus in the garden of Gethsemene?’ today, Maundy Thursday. It is inviting the 85 per cent of adults who, in a new survey, have expressed the things they would pray for, to add their prayers in full to the website www.prayoneforme.org.