Read our latest blogs and stories of churches we have helped and the people who help look after churches to keep them open, in good repair and being used for the benefit of local communities.
Pipe Up - for Pipe Organs
Saving the UK's amazing pipe organs is the goal of a new exciting charity.
Transforming, rebuilding and restoring both heritage and communities is the mission of Dream Heritage.
A new book tells the story of 50 of the most remarkable artefacts in Cathedrals in England and Wales.
A visit to London's Charterhouse
We were delighted to greet 30 of our Friends on our Tour of London's Charterhouse on Thursday 13 October.
What does the future hold?
How, I wonder, was the last year for you? And I wonder what the next 12 months holds for each of us?
Universal Stone Ltd
Since 1939, Universal Stone Ltd has been delivering specialised multi-disciplined construction and restoration projects across various sectors in the UK.
British Royal Tombs
A history of British Royal Tombs by Aidan Dodson, Honorary Professor of Egyptology at the University of Bristol,
Grant of the Month: September Roundup
We take a closer look at some of ongoing church projects funded by the National Churches Trust.
What happens if a church has to close?
The National Churches Trust is dedicated to supporting churches so that they can stay open as places of worship. Sometimes, however, churches do have to close.
Grant of the Month: St Mary, Badby
One of the main ways we help keep the UK’s churches open and in use is through our grant awards. Last year we gave £5.1 million of funding for vital church repairs, maintenance, and new facilities.
Grant of the Month: Holy Trinity, Norton Juxta Twycross
In a new feature, we take a closer look at how our funding is making a difference to churches and the people who use them. This week it's Holy Trinity church in the Leicestershire village of Norton Juxta Twycross.