Synod Approves Unity Report

Jonathan Sentamu: “A mute button must be switched off for the sake of the kingdom of God and the urgent need to reconnect our two church traditions.”

Abuse Claims Explode

Peter Hancock: “This will not be an easy couple of years. We will hear deeply painful accounts of abuse, of poor response, of cover-up.”

Brothels Exploit Young Women

The Rt. Rev. Alastair Redfern says vulnerable young women, many of them from Eastern Europe, are being trafficked to the Peak District as sex workers.

Guilty of Spiritual Abuse

In what is thought to be a landmark case, a church tribunal has convicted a vicar from Oxfordshire of mistreating a teenage boy.

£24 Million for New Churches

The Church of England supports growth projects in dioceses of Bath and Wells, Blackburn, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Sheffield, and Winchester.

Dealing with Disaster

Through the “Tragedy and Congregations” program, theology professor Christopher Southgate will help clergy cope with crises.