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In a report to the Methodist Conference, the Church's General Secretary has spoken of the need for change if Methodists are to fulfil their calling.
The Church of England has spoken out against cuts which threaten to take an estimated £1 million a month out of its coffers.
English Heritage is researching the physical condition of historic places of worship - and is concerned about the future of some historic buildings of wide civic value and interest.
A new Church of Scotland publication is urging its congregations to make more creative multi-purpose use of their buildings, instead of only using them for services once or twice a week.
The UK government's Culture Secretary, Andy Burnham, has suggested that church buildings not viable for small congregations could be turned into gyms, restaurants and multi-faith centres for local communities.
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