Comments: Green report: letters to the Church Times

Interesting isn't it that the Green report is being implemented without any discussion within the Church or even before it is published. Did those responsible anticipate the volume of negative and critical responses and decide to get in first? Or is that the cynic in me (yet again)?

Posted by Richard Ashby at Friday, 19 December 2014 at 10:03am GMT

It must have taken Lord Green and his committee members a considerable amount of time and effort to produce this much maligned report. The first I heard of its very existence was at its publication. Who actually commissioned this report and when seems to me to be a bit of a mystery and how long has the committee been beavering away in secret before it was launched upon the Church just before Christmas? A good time to release bad news! I think we should be told just who bears ultimate responsibility for the proposed expenditure of two million pounds (at a time when the majority of parishes are struggling to pay their quota and when at least two dioceses - Truro and Blackburn - are seemingly on the brink of liquidation) and where does the buck stop?

Posted by Father David at Friday, 19 December 2014 at 10:04am GMT

Who trains the trainers ?

Posted by Joyce at Friday, 19 December 2014 at 1:27pm GMT

What on earth is the CT doing publishing a nasty anonymous letter about evangelicals and Caroline Boddington?

Posted by Jonathan Jennings at Friday, 19 December 2014 at 4:39pm GMT
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