Large grants for urgent structural repair projects and for projects to install kitchens and toilets.
We support a variety of churches, chapels and meeting houses across the United Kingdom with our grants programmes.
Our grants are available to any Christian place of worship in the UK that is open for regular worship. They help keep church buildings in good repair, open for worship and community activities, and allow them to continue to serve people, communities and visitors in all sorts of ways.
Whether you are looking to repair your roof, install a kitchen or accessible toilets, clear asbestos or simply need help undertaking regular essential maintenance to your building, we offer a range of grants to suit the size and needs of your project.
Medium grants to support churches in developing projects to existing buildings, preparing for a major project, or preparing to approach a major grant funder.
Small grants to support small but urgent maintenance and repair issues or to carry out small investigative works.
Small grants available to support the cost of maintenance services booked through our MaintenanceBooker service.
Small to medium grants to support church projects in Northern Ireland.
Since 2020, we have managed grants made to churches by the Wolfson Foundation. You can apply for a Wolfson grant via our Gateway and Cornerstone grants programmes.
Check out what grants programme is right for your project.
Find the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive.
Top Tips to a successful grant application
We've put together a short video which includes lots of useful advice about how to write your project plan and apply for one of our grants. So, grab a cuppa and take some time to watch how you can make a successful grant application.
Support our work
Our ability to give grants depends on the income we receive. We rely on the generous help of our Friends and a number of trusts and foundations. Currently we are only able to help 1 in every 4 applications. We'd love to help even more churches with their projects, so do consider supporting us. There are lots of ways you can help.