Saturday 24 October 2020
THE transfer of parishes in the Channel Islands from the diocese of Winchester to the diocese of Salisbury is on the verge of completion, after legislation to approve the move was rushed through the General Synod
14 Feb 2020
EPISCOPAL oversight of the Channel Islands is to be transferred to the Bishop of Salisbury, the Rt Revd Nick Holtam, a commission has concluded
09 Oct 2019
AN Archbishop’s Commission examining the relationship between the Channel Islands and the Church of England will issue its final report later this year, after completing a consultation on the islands
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