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Help struggling churches this spring

The UK’s churches are in crisis. Please help us keep them open and in use. A gift from you today could enable churches to carry out urgent repairs to crumbling towers and leaking roofs.

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Save churches by giving a friend Gift Membership

A gift membership is the perfect present for anyone who loves heritage and the UK’s rich history of churches, chapels and meeting houses. They will receive a beautiful hardback book of church photographs, a magazine, event invitations, and much more. Your gift has the added benefit of helping us to save even more churches for generations to come.

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Apply for a grant

Does your church need funding to complete a project? We offer grants ranging from £500 to £50,000 for churches, chapels and meeting houses of any denomination across the UK. They target different types of projects, including maintenance, repairs and the installation of facilities.


How to set up a museum in your church

Churches, chapels and meeting houses are the guardians of generations of local history. Not only are they treasure troves of art through the ages and keepers of family records, but brick by brick, the buildings have their own story to tell. And this amazing heritage is too precious not to be shared and enjoyed by all. So, how do you get started? Let us head to Northern Ireland, where the team at Strabane Church of the Immaculate Conception share how they turned their historic church into a visitor destination.


Join us for an exciting tour of Liverpool’s Cathedrals

On Wednesday 1 May, we’re running a tour of Liverpool Cathedral and Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, which will be led by historian and photographer Dr Matthew Byrne. Book your tickets to explore these brilliant buildings with us.

Church of the Week

Church of the Week

Boston, Lincolnshire

St Botolph's church is an iconic landmark on the skyline of Lincolnshire. It is one of the country's largest and most historically significant parish churches. Its famous medieval tower, known as the Boston Stump dominates the skyline for miles around and for centuries has acted as a beacon for travellers. In 2017 we awarded a large grant of £40,000 to repair the historically significant Boston Stump, securing the roof and restoring the west face of the tower.

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Exterior image of Whiteparish All Saints Church
Paul Gooderham

Donate now to help churches stay open and in good repair

There is no bigger issue facing the UK’s heritage than the future of its churches. Help us in our mission to keep churches open and in use for generations to come.

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Our impact in numbers

  • Over 2000 Churches and chapels

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

  • £ 2 million awarded in 2023

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

  • 7 Churches and chapels

    Removed from the Heritage at Risk Register in 2023 with the support of our grants.