Organisation of the Church of England


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  • Organisation of the Church of England
  • Provinces
    • Archbishops
      • Canterbury
        • Senior Archbishop
          • Justin Welby
      • York
        • John Sentamu
      • House of Lords
  • Diocese
    • Diocesan Bishop
      • Suffragen Assistant Bishops
        • Maybe more than one
      • John Pritchard - retired oct 2014
    • Bishop of London, Durham and Winchester - House of Lords
    • around 44 diocese
    • Oxford
    • Cathedral - the Mother Church of a diocese
      • Oxford (Christ Church) Cathedral
      • The official chair of the Diocesan Bishop
      • Served by a Cathedral Chapter
        • Dean is the head
        • Residentary Canons
        • Honorary Canons
        • Maybe Clergy and Lay people
  • Archdeaconaries
    • Archdeacon
      • Martin Gorik
      • Ensures Priests carry out their duties correctly
      • Pastoral care of clergy in archdeaconary
      • Ensures buildings and their contents are looked after
      • Appoints new Clergy
    • Buckingham
  • Deaneries
    • Rural or Area Dean
      • Rod Cosh
      • Usually a Priest from the area serves
      • Link between Bishops and Deanary
      • Pastoral care for clergy in Deanary
    • Small groups of Parishes
      • Burnham and Slough
    • Deanery Chapter
      • Priests from Deanery meet to discuss common interests and concerns
      • Area Dean presides
  • Parishes
    • Manor Park (St John the Baptist)
    • Iver (St Peters)
    • Priests and Deacons
      • Robert Gooding
        • Iver (St Peters)
      • George Howard
        • Manor Park (St John the Baptist)
      • Pastoral care for all who live in Parish
      • Everyone living in the parish is legally entitled to Baptism/ Wedding/ Funerals
      • Priest known as the Incumbent
    • Benefice
      • Maybe more than one parish
      • Maybe a team ministry

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