Church Estates Commissioners

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Church Estates Commissioners are three lay people who represent the Church Commissioners in the General Synod of the Church of England. The first and second commissioners are appointed by the British monarch, and the third commissioner is appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury.[1] They are based at Church House, Westminster, having previously had offices at No. 1 Millbank, London.[2]

First Church Estates Commissioners[edit]

Second Church Estates Commissioners[edit]

The Second Church Estates Commissioner is always a Member of Parliament (MP) and has additional duties as a link between the British Parliament and the Church.[8]

Third Church Estates Commissioners[edit]

References[edit]

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