A small selection of what is available, in alphabetical order:
Archbishops' Council has the objects to 'co-ordinate,
promote, aid and further the work and mission of the Church of England'.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is the Primate of All England.
The Archbishop of York.
John Sentamu is the Primate of England and Archbishop of York.
of the Church of England to buy or download.
Commissioners: There is a substantial section on the Church Commissioners. Amongst other things, you can find out that the
CC were 'formed in 1948 by joining together two bodiesQueen Anne's Bounty and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners'.
Worship: One of the Church of England's liturgies (authorized from
Council for Christian
Unity: supports the Church of England in seeking the unity of the Christian Church.
Diocesan Registries of the Church of England
to promote Education and Learning that: nurture people within the church and the community; encourage the faith, vocation and participation
of all; equip those engaged in all forms of ministry and service and provide opportunities of the highest quality.
including links to official reports of proceedings, available as PDF files, synod papers, committee membership etc.
map with links to basic parish information.
Ministry Division: responsible
for advising the House of Bishops, individual bishops and members of diocesan staff about matters relating to: Vocations, Recruitment
& Selection, Theological Education & Training, Deployment, Remuneration and Conditions of Service. It also has responsibility
the ministries of deaf and disabled people and the ministries of those who work with them, and for The Central Readers Council. 'This
site contains information about these areas and is an additional resource for Bishops and members of Diocesan Staffs, particularly
Directors of Ordinands and Bishops' Selectors.'
papers and documents available for download.
Senior Appointments: Our friends at Thinking Anglicans note this 'section of the Church of England website that contains information on the current procedures for the selection of diocesan bishops, suffragan bishops, deans, archdeacons, and residentiary canons'. It strikes us as a fine step in the direction of transparency for a process that has seemed at times opaque.
the Church of England
Views: includes policy statements and briefings that have been issued in recent years on a wide range of social and