A recent survey now reveals that only 760,000 attend Church of England Sunday services and so obviously well over 62 million other people don’t. This is all part of an ongoing downward trend that has been happening for quite some time and consists of a 1% drop each and every year since the second world war, and so … Read moreIs The Church of England relevant anymore?
There appears to have been a bit of a fuss about the Church of England wanting to deploy an advertisement involving prayer, they claim it was banned and cite free-speech concerns. As reported by the BBC … The Church of England has said it is “disappointed and bewildered” by the refusal of leading UK cinemas … Read moreBanning Prayer Advertisements in UK Cinemas
Apparently the C of E have decided to advertise!! The Guardian reports … If you are looking for more responsibility and influence in your next job then an advertisement published by the Church of England this weekend may just catch your eye – for the post of Archbishop of Canterbury. The church has for the … Read moreAnybody up for the job of “Archbishop of Canterbury”?
The Guardian reports today that the Church of England plans to open 200 more schools. The report reads … At least 200 Anglican primary and secondary schools could be established over the next five years as the Church expands its role in education. The Church plans to take advantage of the coalition’s academies and free … Read moreChurch of England plans 200 more schools
As I’m sure you are aware, the Church of England is the officially established Christian church in England, but something has happened that now increases the pressure to change that. First I have a bit of background so that you can get a handle on the current picture. The C of E (to give it … Read moreThe “Official” religion in the UK under threat