‘It’s at the very heart of what it means to be a Christian’ – the parishes who are providing holiday clubs during the summer – C of E
Church of England website. 21 July 2021
Stained glass windows depicting the ancestors of Christ at Canterbury Cathedral could be among the oldest in the world and date back almost 1,000 years – Daily Mail
Dan Avery. Daily Mail. 26 July 2021
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Alan Smith, Senior Advisor - ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) Risk and Inclusion, and former Global Head of Risk Strategy at HSBC, is to be the next First Church Estates Commissioner, Downing Street announced today. Alan has also been a Church Commissioner since 2018.
Church of England website. 27 July 2021
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God-given talent: Saka, Rashford and Sterling blaze a trail for black British Christians -The Observer
Julian Coman. The Observer. 17 July 2o21
Marcus Jones. Premier. 23 July 2021
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The PM and the PM's office is intimately involved in deciding who runs the Church of England, and - as a member of the cabinet told me - this would not be appropriate or possible if the PM is a practising Roman Catholic.
Robert Peston. itv. 24 July 2021
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Anglican Communion plans viral video campaign for 30th annual 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence (25 Nov to 10 Dec).
The General Synod of the Province de L’Eglise Anglicane Du Congo has elected Dr Titre Ande as its next Primate and Archbishop.
This guidance has been released to coincide with the Government’s move to Step 4 of its roadmap on the 19thJuly. Please be aware the contents of this document only applyfrom the 19thJuly. This document will evolve as further guidance is published by Government and other bodies that link with our life as aChurch.
Church of England website. 19 July 2021
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Heather Preston. Premier. 13 July 2021
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Josh Salisbury. Jewish News 13 July 2021
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The Bishop of Worcester, Dr John Inge, has voiced disappointment after MPs backed a Government plan to impose new financial tests before restoring the legal commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of Gross National Income on aid.
Church of England website 13 July 2021
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Kelly Valencia. Premier. 14 July 2021
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Allison Pearson. Daily Telegraph. 13 July 2021
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Mark Brown. Guardian. 15 July 2021
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Archbishop Justin Welby, Pope Francis and the Moderator of the Church of Scotland speak out on the 10th anniversary of South Sudan.
Catherine Pepinster. Religion News Service. 9 July 2021
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Following a series of recent articles and blogs speculating about the direction of the Church of England’s ‘Vision and Strategy’ discussions Dave Male, the Church of England’s director of evangelism and discipleship, issued the following statement.
Church of England website. 8 Juy 2021
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Priests are expensive. Church buildings are expensive. Theological formation is expensive. So the Church of England has set out its 'Vision and Stragey' for cost-cutting: 10,000 new lay-led churches over the next 10 years, to make one million new disciples for Christ. Far better to bring Jesus to the local school or village hall, where the people are, and have them led by ordinary people, like most people are, than to try to sustain a model of church which is, to speak candidly, unsustainable.
Archbishop Cranmer website. 3 July 2021
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Harriet Sherwood. Guardian 10 July 2021
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