The Church of England says a report will be submitted to the Archbishop of Canterbury later this year on how oversight is provided to parishes in the Channel Islands.
Historically, churches in Jersey and Guernsey have been part of the Diocese of Winchester.
However in 2014, a disagreement over the handling of abuse allegations led to the Bishop of Dover being given temporary oversight.
Rt Rev Trevor Willmott retired earlier this year and the Church now has to decide what to do next.
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— Premier News (@PremierNewsDesk) June 4, 2019