Church of England


Ministers encouraged to talk about vocation in new campaign

CoE launches campaint  to have its 30,000 lay and ordained ministers to hold at least one conversation a month about vocation with someone different from themselves, 


Bishops, blackmail and the child benefit cap

Sixty bishops have turned their mitres into begging bowls on behalf of the would-be parents of Great Britain.


Bishop of Liverpool's address at the launch of the Ozanne Foundation

Bishop pledges his support as a member of "Team Ozanne" to change the church's teachings on human sexuality


How RE lessons can reduce prejudice and improve community relations

With hate crime on the rise in UK schools, researchers are calling for schools and policy makers to adopt new approaches to reduce prejudice and foster positive community relations.


CoE applauds govt decision not to regulate Sunday Schools

Dept of Education had proposed state supervision for Sunday Schools as well as Madrassas to fight terrorism


Generation Y still hope to walk down the aisle

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.


A blessing not a burden: why every child should be valued equally

The following letter, expressing concern about the consequences of the two-child limit policy for children and families was signed by sixty bishops and representatives from other faith groups a


Bishop of Salisbury speaks out on nerve gas murder attempt

The Bishop of Salisbury has thanked those who have supported the city since the nerve agent attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal.


Easter sermon of the Archbishop of Canterbury

The resurrection confronts us with the challenge of our own decisions about Him. Do we put our lives in His hands and find life and hope, or do we seek to live our own way?