Church Buildings and Churchyards

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We have a rich history of church buildings stretching from the Saxons right up to the present day

With nearly 400 churches open for regular worship (over 90% of which are listed buildings), we have architectural projects of all sorts going on every day of the week. The DAC Secretary, the Churches Officer and the Assitant Churches Officer  are available to offer help and advice whenever you need it.  In addition, the Diocesan Advisory Committee (DAC) meets every 6 to 8 weeks, and its members and consultants are usually available to offer specialist advice on a wide range of topics including bells, organs, clocks, textiles, heating, lighting and stained glass.

Help and advice whenever you need it

Churchyards
DAC (specialist advice)
Faculties (gaining permission to make changes)
Grants, funding and money
Graves: reserving spaces (contact Diocesan Registrar)
Information for Churchwardens
Reordering: making changes
Repairs and QI’s
Public Notices

Resources

Parish Data: Statistics for Mission
Template: Wifi Acceptable Use Policy for churches
Church insurance made simple (Ecclesiastical site)

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