Thirty-three churches across the UK will stay open and in good repair thanks to £473,750 of funding awarded by the National Churches Trust in our latest round of grants.
The National Churches Trust responds to allegations about one of our Vice Presidents.
'For Churches', our new strategy, is an ambitious plan setting out the ways in which we will support churches across the UK for the next three years.
Our latest grants keep more churches and chapels open and in use.
The National Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded the National Churches Trust £1.9 million to help churches in Scotland, Wales and North West England
Community support and heritage and history top reasons people like churches, our new opinion poll shows.
A fire has severely damaged a Grade II* Listed church in St John's Wood, London
We are keeping more of the UK's churches, chapels and meeting houses open with funding for urgent repairs, essential maintenance and community facilties.
A few years ago, I ventured into an abandoned chapel in Caernarfon. Engedi, a Welsh Presbyterian chapel which closed its doors in the 1980s, is a place frozen in time.
We are making some changes to our grant programmes
In the run-up to the 2022 Autumn Statement, Sir Philip Rutnam has written in The Times about the importance of church buildings to the UK.
The winner of the Friends' Vote for 2022 is All Saints church, Wilby in Norfolk