A new General Synod was elected in 2015. The General Synod is the national assembly of the Church of England, commonly referred to as the Church’s Parliament. It considers and approves legislation affecting the whole of the Church of England, authorises new forms of worship, debates matters of religious and public interest, and approves the annual budget for the work of the Church at national level.
The following candidates were elected.
Note: June 2018
The Reverend Philip Cochrane has been elected to General Synod in place of Reverend Jonathan Beswick who has resigned as a member of General Synod for the Diocese of Oxford.
Note: Jan 2018
The Revd Francis (Frog) Orr-Ewing has been elected to General Synod in place of Reverend Kate Stacey who has resigned as a member of General Synod for the Diocese of Oxford.
Note: Jan 2016
The Ven. Martin Gorick, Archdeacon of Oxford, has been elected to General Synod in place of the Ven. Karen Gorham who has resigned in the light of her appointment as Bishop of Sherborne.
Read the Candidates’ Election Address and read Responses to submitted questions.
|Baldry, The Rt Hon Canon Sir Anthony|
|Bell, Dr Andrew|
|Caskie, Mr Graham|
|Dailey, Miss Prudence|
|Dziegiel, Mrs Julie|
|Oldham, Mr Gavin|
|Ozanne, Ms Jayne|
|Winrow, Mrs Kathryn|