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A Passion for Life is a growing network of Bible believing partnerships and churches throughout the UK involved in sharing the life changing news of Jesus Christ.

Additional Curates Society. Our strap line is “Passionate about Priesthood” and as an organisation we are 100% committed to doing every thing we possibly can to both pray for and pay for priests.

Alpha Course. If god exists what would you ask?

Anglican Communion. The official website of the world-wide Anglican Communion, comprising over 80 million members in 44 regional and national member churches around the globe in over 160 countries.

Archbishop of Canterbury and Archbishop of York. The official websites.

British Anglican Cursillo Council. Anglican Cursillo is... a movement of the Church providing a method by which Christians are empowered to grow through prayer, study and action and enabled to share Gods love with everyone.

Cartoon Church. The cartoons are entirely free to browse, but there are lots of other ways you can use them as well.

Central Council of Bell Ringers. Find out more about bell ringing and how to get involved.

Christian Aid. Christian Aid works to expose the scandal of poverty, to help in practical ways to root it out from the world, and to challenge and change the systems that favour the rich and powerful over the poor and marginalised.

Christian Bookshops Index. A listing of Christian bookshops nationwide.

ChurchCare. This website offers practical advice, guidance, and links to other useful sources of advice.

Church Commissioners. The Commissioners' role is to manage the Church's historic assets, today invested in stock market shares and property, to produce money to support the Church's ministry.

Churches Conservation Trust is the national charity which cares for over 340 of England’s finest historic churches which are no longer required for regular parish worship.

Churches Together in England and its local branch Churches Together in Lancashire exists as visible signs of the Churches' commitment as they seek a deepening of their communion with Christ and with one another.

Church Growth Research Programme  is a  research project exploring some of the factors that might explain church growth in the Church of England.

Church House Bookshop  A national website where you can order a wide selection of Christian literature while Church House Publishing is one of the leading religious publishers in the UK and the official publisher to the Archbishops' Council and the General Synod of the Church of England.

Church of England Newspaper is the original church newspaper, dating back to 1828, one of the oldest newspapers in the world.

Church of England Youth Council. A youth-led council that aims to serve God by actively representing, enriching, and engaging with the young people of the Church of England.

Church on the Net. The place to explore Christianity. Turn up every Sunday for the message of the week. Or browse the reference section. Or get interactive. It's up to you.

Church Times, founded in 1863, has become the world's leading Anglican weekly newspaper. It has always been independent of the Church of England hierarchy.

Church Union. Seeking to promote and renew Catholic Faith and life within the Church of England.

Church Urban Fund is a not-for-profit organisation supporting social action in the poorest parts of England.

Church's Ministry Among Jewish People. CMJ's mission is to encourage Jewish people to come to faith in Yeshua (Jesus) as their Messiah.

 

Churches' Legislation Advisory Service primary role is as a vehicle for conveying to the Government the views of the churches on legislation and other matters which directly affect them and likewise as a channel through which the Government can consult the churches as a whole on such matters

Churches Together in Britain and Ireland serves the churches of the four nations on their shared journey towards full visible unity in Christ

Clergy Appointments Adviser. The Adviser is appointed by and reports to the Archbishops; his work is funded by the Church Commissioners, and his task is to assist clergy to find new appointments, and to advise those making appointments of men and women available for new work

Clergy Charities. The role of the charities is to help clergy of the Anglican Communion and their families in times of financial necessity or distress

Common Worship. This part of the Church of England web site is dedicated to Common Worship, the services and prayers which are available for use in the Church of England alongside the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. On these pages, you will find the Common Worship texts, supporting resources and information about other authorized services

Communications Training. Ever wished that more people knew about your church or organisation and the good things that it does?

Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) provides a copyright solution for churches wanting to reproduce the words of hymns and worship songs, show films, play or perform music, record services, photocopy from authorised publications and now, with the increased usage of the Internet, legally download song lyrics and music

CPAS is an Anglican evangelical mission agency. Our vision is to develop men, women and young people with leadership roles and responsibilities in churches across the UK and Republic of Ireland

Crockfords Clerical Directory, contains biographies of over 25,000 Anglican clergy in the UK, details of English, Welsh and Irish benefices and churches and much more

Crosslinks is an international mission agency with its roots in the Bible and its principal sphere of operations in the worldwide Anglican Communion. Our prime focus is making Christ known through the proclamation and teaching of God’s Word in the power of the Holy Spirit

Ecclesiastical Insurance provide insurance and financial products and services for individuals, families, groups and organisations that care about their communities and the environments in which they live and work. We’re also a company that donates a significant proportion of our profits to charity

Ecclesiastical Law Society exists to promote the study of ecclesiastical and canon law particularly in the Church of England and those churches in communion with it

Emmaus is a course designed to welcome people into the Christian faith and the life of the church. It aims to involve the whole church in evangelism, the nurture of new believers and ongoing Christian discipleship. It is rooted in an understanding of evangelism, nurture and discipleship modelled on the example of Jesus in the story of the Emmaus Road

English Clergy Association exists to support all Clerks in Holy Orders in their Vocation and Ministry within the Church of England as by law established; to uphold the Parson's Freehold within the traditional understanding of the Church's life and witness; to oppose unnecessary bureaucracy in the Church; to monitor legislative and other processes of change; and to promote in every available way the good of English Parish and Cathedral life and the welfare of the Clergy

Ethical Investment Advisory Group makes recommendations on ethical investment policy to the Church of England investing bodies. It aims to provide assurance to the investing bodies and to the wider church of a robust process of developing an appropriate ethical investment policy for the Church of England. It also seeks to promote high standards of corporate behaviour

European Association for Philanthropy & Giving (EAPG) is the unique membership network that seeks to ensure the best possible practice in charitable giving and philanthropy

European Charities Committee on VAT (ECCVAT) is a group of charities that has come together to research the impact of VAT and other taxes on the work of NGOs and to make representations to the EU institutions on behalf of the sector

Fresh Expressions. The four key objectives of the Fresh Expressions initiative are: renewing vision, gathering news, supporting growth and developing training

Greenbelt Festival. Greenbelt is an independent Christian charity working to express love, creativity and justice in the arts and contemporary culture in the light of the Christian gospel

Guild of Vergers

Historic Churches Preservation Trust. Their primary purpose is grant-giving: to raise funds and provide practical assistance to help finance structural repairs to churches, chapels, meeting houses and other places of worship in England and Wales

Icons of England : The Parish Church has been at the centre of town and village life in England ever since the first wooden churches began to be built on former pagan sites of worship

Intercontinental Church Society (ICS) is an international Church of England mission agency: we make known the good news of Jesus Christ to people of any nationality who speak English and who live, study, work or holiday in countries where English is not the main language

Inter Faith Network for the UK promotes good relations between people of different faiths in this country

Invitation to Prayer. 'Lord, teach us to pray'. That request was put to Jesus by his own disciples - which should encourage us if we feel we don't know how to pray. They needed help, and so do we

King James Bible Trust has been established to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible which was completed in 1611. There have been few more important single publications and its impact through history has been colossal

Lambeth Palace Library. Founded in 1610, the Library is one of England's oldest public libraries, and has had a rich and varied history

Listed Places of Worship - Grant Scheme. An interim grant scheme which returns, in grant aid, all or part of the actual amount spent on VAT on eligible repairs to listed places of worship

Make Poverty History. Together with other European countries, the UK has been part of a push to have some of the poorest nations on the planet sign up to grossly unfair trade deals by the end of the year

Memorials by Artists will carefully help you to find the most suitable maker for your needs

Mission to Seafarers. Loneliness, danger, separation from loved ones. These are just some of the problems seafarers face. The Mission to Seafarers, a charity and part of the Anglican Church, is there worldwide offering them help and support

Monumental Brass Society, for those interested in any aspect of monumental brasses and incised slabs of all dates in all countries

Mothers' Union members and volunteers are the backbone to the organisations grassroots approach to helping communities and families in need

National Deaf Children’s Society. Our vision is a world without barriers for every deaf child

National Society's aim is that "the National Religion should be made the foundation of National Education": education for all, firmly based on the Christian Gospel and Anglican principles

Parish Pump. Do you produce a church magazine, newsletter or bulletin? Do you struggle to find high quality illustrations and articles on a regular basis? We can help you!

Partnership for World Mission (PWM) brings together those in the Church of England involved in world mission - the Mission Agencies, Diocesan Companion Links and parts of the National Church Institutions

Porvoo. This is the name given to a report issued at the conclusion of theological conversations by official representatives of four Anglican Churches and eight Nordic and Baltic Churches in 1989-1992. The Porvoo Common Statement included the text of the Porvoo Declaration, which the participants commended for acceptance to their Churches

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Prayer Book Society. The Prayer Book Society exists to promote and preserve the use of the Book of Common Prayer (1662)

Readers. Dedicated to serving the fast growing lay ministry of Readers in the Church of England

Royal Air Force Chaplains promote the spiritual and moral integrity and wellbeing of the RAF Community

Royal Army Chaplains Department. For centuries the Royal Army Chaplains' Department (RAChD) has ministered to soldiers in times of peace and war. We are proud to provide spiritual leadership, moral guidance and pastoral support to all soldiers and their families, irrespective of religion or belief

Ship of Fools. "We're here for people who prefer their religion disorganized," says the Ship's editor and designer, Simon Jenkins. "Our aim is to help Christians be self-critical and honest about the failings of Christianity, as we believe honesty can only strengthen faith."

South American Mission Society (SAMS). Promoting partnership in the proclamation of the Gospel of Christ in word and works between the churches of South America, Spain and Portugal, and other churches of the Anglican Communion

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The Children's Society. We take action to prevent, rescue and support children facing life trapped in a vicious circle of fear and harm

Thinking Anglicans

Torch Trust is a Christian organisation with a worldwide vision for people with sight loss

UK Parliament Ecclesiastical Committee examines draft Measures presented to it by the Legislative Committee of the General Synod of the Church of England. It reports to Parliament on whether or not it considers the measures to be expedient

USPG. We are helping local churches to run schools and hospitals, build houses and dig wells, and provide agricultural training for subsistence farmers. We also support church outreach, theological training and youth work programmes

Visual Liturgy. It's about finding the right words

 
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