Developing a theology to inform our work on families and households - A reflection from Paul Butler, The Bishop of Durham, Co-Chair of the Commission
The Archbishops’ Commission on Families and Households seeks to be deeply rooted in the Christian faith. It also emerges from the Church of England’s specific calling as the ‘established church’ of England as a Christian presence across the nation
The Archbishops’ Commission on Families and Households is embarking on a wide and challenging agenda at a time when we are slowly emerging from a global pandemic that has touched all our lives.
At the end of the first full meeting of the Commission held on 27 May, the Co-Chairs Jan Walker and the Bishop of Durham reflected on the work ahead and their hopes and aspirations.
The meeting provided an opportunity for the Commission to discuss their hopes and aspirations for the Commission.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have today announced a new commission to explore what support families and households need to flourish in today’s society.
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