Anglican UK

Church of England attendance

The Church of England is the established church in England. Among other things, this means that: the Monarch is the Supreme Governor of the church (theologically Jesus is the head), the Church performs a number of official functions, Church and ... Read more

Church of England clergy

The Church of England has around 8,250 staff (full time equivalent), and is expecting to lose around 600 of those between 2009 and 2013. However, dioceses benefit from a growing number of Accredited lay ministers and retired clergy. Lay ministers ser... Read more

Church of England parochial finance

In the autumn of 2008, the "Credit Crunch" hit the UK economy. For many in the charitable sector, there was an immediate and significant financial impact. However, thanks to the commitment of church givers, 2008 parish incomes managed to in... Read more

Church of England key statistics

We provide a range of Church of England Statistics covering attendance, education and community involvement among many other issues. Read more

Anglican - Devolved Nations

Anglican is a collective name for all denominations in communion with the Church of England, or derived historically from that tradition. Read more


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