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Churches are brilliant places.

Churches, chapels and meeting houses are impressive, exciting and surprising. We want to keep them open and in use.

About us

National Church Awards 2022

Nominations for the National Church Awards 2022 are now open. Whether it's great maintenance, a wonderful welcome, careful repair and conservation architecture, a superb volunteer team or installing vital new facilities, we want to hear more about your projects and people and we would love you to nominate them for one of our awards.

Submit your nomination
St Mary Stoke Nayland

Keeping churches open

We are helping 64 churches with £584,000 of funding in our latest round of grants.


Dickens in Brighton

Join us on a special guided tour of Brighton on Fri July 8 to discover Charles Dickens' story in Brighton.


Hit the trails

You'll find stunning churches and gorgeous landscapes on our curated walks.

Church of the week

Church of the week

Bow Common, Greater London

St Paul's Bow Common is one of the most famous and significant parish churches to be built in Britain in the latter half of the 20th century, located in the heart of East London.

View Bow Common St Paul
David Osborne-Broad

Our impact in numbers

  • 2000 Churches and chapels

    We've helped keep open, in good repair and supporting local people since 2007.

  • 14 Churches and chapels

    Removed from the Heritage at Risk Register in 2021 with the support of our grants.

  • £ 5.2 million We awarded in 2021

    To churches and chapels for urgent repairs, new facilities such as loos and kitchens and essential maintenance.