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Clergy Wellbeing: Coronavirus: Wellbeing for Clergy Households

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The quotation above comes from Christopher Southgate, Carla Grosch-Miller and Hilary Ison as part of a three-year project on trauma and tragedy in Christian congregations. More from that work is below in the Health and Thoughts and Reflections sections along with a number of additional resources we hope can help us all through this difficult, often lonely, time.

A new resource set up by the Diocese in 2021 is an email list for clergy spouses and partners. Participation isn’t mandatory and people need to opt in if they want to be part of it. We’re using the network to circulate information such as availability of grants for clergy households, sources of support etc. To sign up to this list, the clergy spouse or partner needs to email clergyhouseholdsupport@nulllondon.anglican.org with the message: ‘I [enter your name] consent to my email address [enter email address] being added to the email distribution list for supporting clergy households’. The intention is not to inundate people with emails and they can, of course, ask to come off the list at any time. Further information on how personal data is looked after can be found in the diocese’s Privacy Notice.


Good physical and mental health is essential. Find resources here.


Living Alone

Exploring attitudes, fears and joys around time alone.

Homelessness, domestic abuse, and alcoholism

Information and resources here.


Resources to help everyone in the family stay active, healthy and engaged.


An important aspect of staying well; now we must find new ways to explore.

Thoughts and Reflections

Videos and reading to help us in this crisis.

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