Documents can be found on the Parish Administration page.
Clergy sickness self-certification form (absences of up to 7 days).
This guide informs clergy (and some other officeholders) and their families, as well as churchwardens, parochial church councils and architects, about arrangements for occupying and caring for parsonages in the Diocese of Manchester.
All clergy holding the bishop's license have a regular Ministerial Development Review every two years or so.
The Diocese makes provision for grants, through a personal allocation scheme, to clergy and licensed lay workers to support their continuing ministerial education / development. The Scheme began in 1996.
This list of charities is an attempt to summarise some of the principle sources of grants and funds for clergy and their families. National charities listed here can also be helpful, and may be worth contacting for specific assistance.
Communion by Extension is a public service in a church building, which is offered when there is a strong pastoral need for the church community to share in communion and a priest is not available.
A study pack, guidance and policy for parishes considering admitting children to Holy Communion before Confirmation.
The Reader Chaplain Team is a group of Readers and clergy who provide support and guidance for the Readers within the diocese.