Ministerial Development Review (MDR) is available to all beneficed and licensed clergy and stipendiary lay workers in the Diocese of Worcester who hold the Bishop's Licence.
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Support for Clergy
Continuing Ministerial Education is delivered in a variety of ways in the Diocese of Worcester.
Ideas, advice and support for lay and ordained ministers can be found in our Flourishing in Ministry booklet.Â
Clergy are entitled to claim statutory parental leave if they have a baby or adopt a child.
Clergy may be eligible to apply for a grant towards the cost of a holiday.
Details on time off for clergy.
Details of first appointment grants and grants for removal costs and resettlement.
As well as having wider application, this page constitutes the diocesan anti-bullying and harassment policy referred to in the Code of Practice for the â€œGrievance Procedureâ€ issued by the Archbishopsâ€™ Council under the Ecclesiastical Offices (Terms of Service) Regulations 2009.
Details relating to sickness and statutory sick pay.
The Diocese of Worcester Life Assurance Scheme 2013 provides life assurance for stipendiary clergy and stipendiary licensed lay office holders in the Diocese of Worcester.