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  • DBF Chair's statement to Diocesan Synod - March 19
    • 13 March 2019

    A statement from DBF Chair, Canon Alastair Findlay, given to Diocesan Synod on 2 March 2019

  • Annual Report 2017
    • 7 June 2018

    Report of the directors and financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2017 for Worcester Diocesan Board of Finance Limited. Registered charity limited by guarantee.

  • Annual Report 2016
    • 7 July 2017

    Report of the directors and financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2016 for Worcester Diocesan Board of Finance Limited. Registered charity limited by guarantee.

  • Annual Report 2015
    • 18 October 2016

    Report of the directors and financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2015 for Worcester Diocesan Board of Finance Limited. Registered charity limited by guarantee.

  • WDBF Audit
    • 19 October 2015

    Terms of reference for the WDBF Audit Committee

  • Annual Report 2014
    • 8 October 2015

    A full Annual Report and Accounts for the Worcester Diocesan Board of Finance.

  • Parish Share - Towards a fairer share
    • 22 May 2015

    This is a printed leaflet of Frequently Asked Questions. More information.

  • Diocesan Synod June 2014
    • 17 February 2015, by Sam Setchell

    A Summary of the Diocesan Synod held on 19 June 2014 at the Elim Pentecostal Conference Centre in Malvern. The meeting included:licensing of David Ryan as 20% part-time Diocesan Ecumenical Officer2013 annual report and accountsUniversity ChaplaincyChurch ...

  • Diocesan Synod November 2014
    • 16 February 2015, by Sam Setchell

    A summary of the meeting of Dicoesan Synod held in November 2014. Discussions included:the situation in Syria & Iraqchanging the parish share forumaconsideration of the 2015 budget

  • Annual Report 2013
    • 11 December 2014, by James Atkinson

    A full Annual Report and Accounts for the Worcester Diocesan Board of Finance.

  • Asset Management Plan
    • 23 October 2010, by Andrew Mottram

    The buildings that are used by church communities for worship and other activities need to be looked after and properly maintained if they are to do their job well. Church of England legislation requires all ...