The National Churches Trust
Supporting church buildings across the UKSee the churches we have helped
Our work enables the repair and revitalisation of church buildings for the benefit of all the communitySupport our work
On 19 April 2016 the National Churches Trust and the Leicester Historic Churches Trust welcomed 40 Friends of the National Churches Trust to Leicester.
One of the National Churches Trust’s Professional Trades Directory members, Pulsar Light of Cambridge, recently completed a project on Holy Trinity Church in Blythburgh, Suffolk.
After the exciting discovery of an Anglo-Saxon burial site, Holy Trinity has completed its project to make the church accessible and welcoming.
St George’s Portsea, Portsmouth, is celebrating after the successful completion of its ambitious £167,000 project to repair serious water damage and install new facilities.
Help us keep churches, chapels and meeting houses alive
We rely on your support to carry out our work
There are many ways in which you can help us; please explore the links to find the way that suits you bestSee some of our stories here
Your donations will help us keep more churches, chapels and meeting houses alive for the community
Tomorrow, a church, chapel or meeting house near you may need our help. Please help us today by becoming a Friend of the National Churches Trust.
Leaving a gift in your Will to the National Churches Trust is an investment in our nation’s church buildings and will help ensure a future for the people they serve.