On this page you can find information to help you use our site and find your way around.
Our site is divided into these main areas:
- About us - who we are, what we believe and our organisation
- Connect - how the Church spreads its message
- Serve - the Church's work and service in action
- Speak out - the Church's involvement in society and politics
- Worship - hymns, prayers, readings, festivals and dates
- News - latest press releases and news from around the Church
- Resources - information and advice for local churches
Navigating our site
As well as the main navigation bar at the top, you can use the page links down the left hand side of each page to find your way around each area. Some of these have drop down menus if there is more information - you will see these when you click on the page link.
Down the right handside of each page you will find related pages and documents which are linked to the subject you are reading about or which might be of interest.
You can search for information on the site using the search box at the top of each page. This will give you any relevant pages, where they are located and a brief summary of the information included on the page.
Documents to download
Our site contains a lot of information for our local churches to use. Most of the documents we provide are in PDF format.
Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)
To view PDF documents we recommend using Adobe Reader software, which is available to download for free from the Adobe website.
If you are experiencing problems viewing Adobe pdfs please try these solutions.
Forms are provided as Word documents, where an editable version of a PDF document or an online form are not available.
Information is also provided as Excel worksheets and Powerpoint presentations.
If you don't have Word, Excel or Powerpoint on your computer, you can download free viewer programs from Microsoft at office.microsoft.com.
There are a number of areas on our site which are restricted to specific groups of people, including ministers, Safeguarding trainers, Guild members and employees of the Ministries Council. To enter these areas you will need a username and password. You can find further information about how to obtain these on our Members Area page.
Information about the Church
Our Frequently Asked Questions covers some of the common queries which we receive through the website.
If you have any problems, please contact the webteam at firstname.lastname@example.org.