Where a bishop has granted a licence to a lay worker who is not subject to Common Tenure to serve in his diocese for a term of years specified in the licence, the bishop may revoke that licence under paragraph 5 of this Canon before the expiration of that term, and where he does so that lay worker shall have the like right of appeal as any other lay worker whose licence is revoked under that paragraph. They are the body which has legal responsibility for the cathedral, and for electing the (arch)bishop. Lay workers can be Lay workers can be licensed to carry out various duties as set out in Canon E7. A: In “Canon Law and Closing a Parish,” we looked at some of the possible scenarios that can play out when a diocesan bishop decides that a parish has to be eliminated. (2) Accordingly, the bishop of a diocese may not license a person who is disqualified under paragraph (1) to exercise the office of reader; and where a person who is so licensed is disqualified under paragraph (1), the bishop shall revoke the licence by giving the person notice in writing. E8 IN S I D E By Amaris Cole POP MUSIC now outplays hymns two to one at funerals, according to the leading funeral provider in the UK. Church of England officials dismissed claims that a priest was sexually abusing young men as "drunkenness", a report has found.. Granville Gibson was … (b)  is included in a barred list (within the meaning of the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006). <>/Metadata 2334 0 R/ViewerPreferences 2335 0 R>> (2) Accordingly, the bishop of a diocese may not license a person who is disqualified under paragraph (1) to serve as a lay worker; and where a person who is so licensed is disqualified under paragraph (1), the bishop shall revoke the licence by giving the person notice in writing. In this Canon 'bishop' means the bishop of the diocese concerned. Menu Previous menu. 3. 5D. The churchwardens of parishes and districts shall be chosen in accordance with the Churchwardens Measure 2001, and any other Measure, Act, or scheme affecting churchwardens. A Canon in a church is an official.He may or may not be a priest.The Chapter of a cathedral is an official group made up of the Dean and Chapter of canons, who meet in a chapterhouse.They run the cathedral, especially the business affairs of the cathedral. The Revd Canon John Bavington grew up in Pakistan before becoming a church youth worker in England, and is now Vicar of St John’s Church Great Horton in Bradford. 2 0 obj (a)  to visit the sick, to read and pray with them, to teach in Sunday school and elsewhere, and generally to undertake such pastoral and educational work and to give such assistance to any minister as the bishop may direct; (b)  during the time of divine service to read Morning and Evening Prayer (save for the Absolution), to publish banns of marriage at Morning and Evening Prayer (on occasions on which a layman is permitted by the statute law so to do, and in accordance with the requirements of that law), to read the word of God, to preach, to catechize the children, and to receive and present the offerings of the people; (c)  to distribute the holy sacrament of the Lord's Supper to the people. When Elizabeth I became queen in 1558, the independent Church of England was reestablished. (8) Where, in reliance on paragraph (l)(b), a notice of suspension is given under paragraph (2) and the suspension has not been revoked under paragraph (3), the suspension continues until the expiry of three months beginning with the day on which the notice is given. and where (a) applies, the provisions of paragraph 5A relating to a right of appeal apply as they apply in the case of a lay worker who is not subject to Common Tenure. Amen. They shall discharge such duties as are by law and custom assigned to them; they shall be foremost in representing the laity and in co-operating with the incumbent; they shall use their best endeavours by example and precept to encourage the parishioners in the practice of true religion and to promote unity and peace among them. When a cure is vacant the reference in this paragraph to the minister of a parish shall be construed as a reference to the rural dean. (a)  in accordance with Canon B 11 be authorized and invited to say or sing Morning or Evening Prayer (save for the Absolution); (b)  distribute the holy sacrament of the Lord's Supper to the people and read the Epistle and the Gospel. The canon enables lay people to be recognised as church ministers called by God to a changing world. 11 A person whose licence to serve as a lay worker is revoked or suspended may not vest in a church or chapel during divine service. grant that, as he came to share in our humanity, On such an appeal the archbishop may either hear the appeal himself or appoint a person holding the office of diocesan bishop or suffragan bishop in his province (otherwise than in the diocese concerned) to hear the appeal in his place; and, after hearing the appeal or, if he has appointed a bishop to hear the appeal in his place, after receiving a report in writing from that bishop, the archbishop may confirm, vary or cancel the revocation of the licence as he considers just and proper; and there shall be no appeal from the decision of the archbishop. When a cure is vacant the first reference in this paragraph to the minister of a parish shall be construed as a reference to the rural dean. 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Where the see of the archbishop is vacant or the archbishop is also the bishop of the diocese concerned, any reference in the preceding provisions of this paragraph to the archbishop of the province shall be construed as a reference to the archbishop of the other province, but any bishop appointed by the archbishop of the other province by virtue of this paragraph shall be a bishop serving in the province which contains the diocese concerned. A vision for the Church of England in the 2020s. who wonderfully created us in your own image They accept the Scriptures as contained in the Authorized Version, as the Wor… Every person who is to be admitted to the office of reader shall first, in the presence of the bishop by whom he is to be so admitted or of the bishop's commissary, make the declarations set out below, the preface which precedes the Declaration of Assent in paragraph 1(1) of Canon C 15 (with the appropriate adaptations) having first been spoken by the bishop or commissary: I, A B, do so affirm, and accordingly declare my belief in the faith which is revealed in the Holy Scriptures and set forth in the catholic creeds and to which the historic formularies of the Church of England bear witness; and in public prayer I will use only the forms of service which are authorized or allowed by Canon. (8) Where, in reliance on paragraph (1)(b), a notice of suspension is given under paragraph (2) and the suspension has not been revoked under paragraph (3), the suspension continues until the expiry of three months beginning with the day on which the notice is given. (10) Having served a notice of suspension or revocation under this paragraph, the bishop shall give each of the following written notification -. Believe and Trust: Holy Communion with Baptism, 8. (1) The bishop of a diocese may not license a person to exercise the office of reader in the diocese unless the bishop is satisfied that the person has undergone suitable training in matters relating to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults. The bishop of a diocese may suspend a licence granted to a reader by giving the person notice in writing, pending a decision on whether to revoke the licence under paragraph 3 or 3B(a). endobj 3. 2A. A lay person, whether man or woman, who is baptized and confirmed and who satisfies the bishop that he is a regular communicant of the Church of England may be admitted by the bishop of the diocese to the office of reader in the Church and licensed by him to perform the duties which may lawfully be performed by a reader according to the provisions of paragraph 2 of this Canon or which may from time to time be so determined by Act of Synod. Working under the leadership of the Dean, the Canon Chancellor will be a full member of the Cathedral Chapter, taking a role in the strategic, liturgical and community life of the Cathedral. The bishop of every diocese shall keep a register book wherein shall be entered the names of every person whom he has either admitted to the office of reader or licensed to exercise that office in any place. 8. 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