Congregations will be asked to pray for the country as Britain approaches 29th March.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said “life will go on” after Brexit and the nation must rise to the challenge and unite around a common good that cares for the most vulnerable.
A church spokesman said the move would wedge support behind politicians, with healthy conversations taking place to try to ease unrest.
The Synod members urged churchgoers to pray for “all who are in high positions, as it is easier to stand on the sidelines and judge, as we do not have to make the decisions”.
Speaking at the meeting of the Church of England’s General Synod, he said Britain was facing signs of division “more clearly than for generations”.
The Archbishop said: “Today we see signs of division, perhaps more clearly than for generations in peace time, they concern inequality and injustice and they obscure hope for many.
“There is exclusion from the sense of common purpose and of equal rights in our society, politically, economically and socially.
“Life will go on, and God’s mission is not stopped by such events, rather we are called to rise to the challenge here and across Europe, where the diocese is particularly affected.
“Brexit has revealed how our politics and society have for many decades not paid sufficient attention to the common good that is shared life in a society in which…