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  • Church Build

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    Church Build aims to provide inspirational content to help you make the best use of your church buildings for the Glory of God and to transform the Church's use of its buildings.

  • Church Edit

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    Church Edit is now the choice for many hundreds of churches around the UK.  We are passionate about church websites which is why as well as providing our Church Edit software we also run free church website...

  • Church Safety

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    Health and Safety is an increasingly important part of everyday life in work, at home and in Churches and Places of Worship.Church Safety contains introductory information on a number of Health and Safety topics on this Website...

  • Church Times

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    The world's leading Anglican newspaper.

  • Church Urban Fund

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    It is believed that Oronsay, in the Inner Hebrides, has its name from St Oran, the founder of the original Oronsay Priory in 563, but it could also come from the Old Norse ‘island of the ebb tide’. The walk to Oronsay Priory from the south end of the The Strand is beautiful and offers stunning views towards the Isles of Jura and Islay as well as to the low lying skerries to the southwest.

  • ChurchCare

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    ChurchCare is the Church of England’s national resource, adding value from the centre to support over 16,000 parish churches and 42 cathedrals. We support all those in parishes, dioceses and cathedrals caring for their buildings today and for the...

  • Churches Legislation Advisory Service

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    A Judaeo-Christian ecumenical body bringing together the interests of Christian Churches and the Jewish community in their dealings with Government in all its aspects (other than education). Its primary role is as a vehicle for conveying to the...

  • Churches Together in England

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    John Egerton Christmas Piper (1903 - 1992) was a unique painter, printmaker and designer of stained glass windows. Piper’s interest in glass began at 10 when he started to trace stained glass windows near home. When designing his own he used abstraction and colour to enrich his works. Working with Patrick Reyntiens, he created the baptistery window for the new Coventry Cathedral during the 1950s. It has 195 lights of stained glass in primary colours.

  • Cinnamon Network

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    The Cinnamon Network is here to make it as easy as possible for local churches to serve those people most at need in their communities.

  • Civic Voice

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    The twelve days of Christmas, with its pipers and dummers, can only be completed by the Kirk of The Royal Regiment of Scotland. Canongate Kirk is widely held to be the military church for Edinburgh, with its historic connections with The Royal Scots and The King’s Own Scottish Borderers. The Royal Regiment of Scotland has inherited a wealth of Regimental music and each battalion has its own Band of Pipes and Drums manned by soldiers.