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Last update: Monday 23rd September
 
The Church of England has been given over £150,000 to invest in training for those ministering at churches on estates across the country. The grant from Allchurches Trust has been given to focus on work with children and young people.
ChurchYouth and Children’s Work, July 2019
 
The Church of England is to provide support for its schools to help them deliver new relationship education required by the Government by next year, including teaching on LGBT relationships and families.
ChurchChurch Times, 19 July 2019
 
Figures from April published by the National Churches Trust show that there are more churches than pubs in the UK.
ChurchEvangelicals Now, June 2019
 
Churches and cathedrals will be eligible to bid for a share of a £100-million pot of National Lottery funding for large-scale heritage projects over the next three years. But the grants are not aimed at restoration schemes only, but also ideas that benefit communities.
ChurchChurch Times, 21 June 2019
 
The number of British people who identify themselves as Anglicans is lower than ever before, the latest figures from the British Social Attitudes survey suggest.
ChurchChurch Times, 21st July 2019
 
A new campaign calling for same-sex marriage to be allowed in the C of E has been set up. Equal, the Campaign for Equal Marriage in the Church of England, was launched today, the fifth anniversary of the marriage of Canon Jeremy Pemberton and Laurence Cunnington (News, 12 September 2014). In a press release, the campaign said that its aims were: same-sex marriage in the C of E; no discrimination against lay or ordained people in the C of E in same-sex marriages; and that the ‘consciences of everyone should be protected’.
ChurchChurch Times
 
A new campaign calling for same-sex marriage to be allowed in the C of E has been set up. Equal, the Campaign for Equal Marriage in the Church of England, was launched today, the fifth anniversary of the marriage of Canon Jeremy Pemberton and Laurence Cunnington (News, 12 September 2014). In a press release, the campaign said that its aims were: same-sex marriage in the C of E; no discrimination against lay or ordained people in the C of E in same-sex marriages; and that the ‘consciences of everyone should be protected’.
ChurchChurch Times 12th April 2019
 
The Church of England has voted in favour of establishing ministries in every housing estate in Britain after a motion was passed at their national assembly acknowledging the ‘historic marginalisation of social housing’.
ChurchChristianity - April 2019
 
A weekly Sunday service will no longer be compulsory for churches, after a vote to change a 400-year-old law was passed by the Church of England’s ruling body in late February.
ChurchEvangelicals - Now April 2019
 
The Archbishop of Canterbury has made the astonishing admission that he does not care if vicars leave the Anglican church to become Roman Catholic priests.
ChurchThe Christian Institute 6th February 2019
 
In new pastoral guidance, published on 11 December, the CofE has encouraged its clergy to create baptism-style ceremonies for transgender people to welcome them into the Anglican faith.

ChurchEvangelicals Now January 2019
 
A recent YouGov survey commissioned by The Times identified an increase in the number of church attendees but a decline in regular attendance. More people are attending church, but fewer are making it a regular habit.

ChurchYouth and Children’s Work February 2019.
 
The Church of England is facing opposition from more than 2,000 of its own clergy and office holders over new guidance on celebrating transgender ‘transitions’.
ChurchThe Christian Institute 1st February 2019
 
If all preaching was like the royal-wedding address given by the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States, the Most Revd Michael Curry, 16 per cent of those who took part in an online survey would be more likely to go to church. But the survey, for the Christian think tank Theos, suggests that 38 per cent would not be more likely to attend.
ChurchChurch Times - 22 June 2018
 
What’s the news about the state of the church in Japan? The churches that do exist are usually small, 82% have under 50 regular attendees, 62% under the 30 and 31% less than 15 people in regular attendance.
ChurchEvangelicals Now - July 2018
 
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