Map of churches, chapels and meeting houses we have helped


Our map shows the almost 2,000 churches, chapels and meeting houses in the United Kingdom that we've helped with grants since 2007.

You can click on a marker to find churches, use the search boxes to find places of worship by county or denomination or just browse an alphabetical listing of churches, chapels and meeting houses underneath the map. Please note that if we've given more than one grant to a church, it will appear more than once. (All search results appear below the map)

The National Churches Trust continues the work of the Historic Churches Preservation Trust, founded in 1953.  Together, we have allocated over 12,000 grants and loans in excess  of £40 million, which in current prices equates to over £90 million.

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Churches, Chapels and meeting houses we have helped

  • St Paul

    Oldham | Greater Manchester | OL8 1LD

    The church was built 1879-1880, the architects being Wild & Collins. More details

  • St Paul

    Colwyn Bay | Conwy | LL29 7TE

    The first Church on the site was built in 1872 and was an iron church built in three stages, the nave, aisles and transepts in 1887-8, the chancel in 1894 and the tower in 1911. More details

  • St Paul

    Ballygawley | County Tyrone | BT70 1TA

    St Paul's church was built around 1732 and rebuilt in 1768, becoming cruciform by the addition of an apse and transepts and a low bell tower. More details

  • St Paul

    Cheltenham | Gloucestershire | GL50 4EZ

    Built in 1831 by John Forbes in a Neo-Grecian style, it is the first church in Cheltenham to not charge pew rents. More details

  • St Paul

    Chichester | West Sussex | PO19 6FT

    This project is for the repair of three leaded windows, and this grant will be directed towards the structural elements of the repairs. More details

  • St Paul

    Warton | Lancashire | PR4 1BD

    The original church dates from 1724. More details

  • St Paul

    Harlow | Essex | CM20 1LP

    St Paul's is the first of the post WWII New Town churches built in 1957, and opened 1959. More details

  • St Paul

    Ireland Wood | West Yorkshire | LS16 6BS

    Completed in 1965 and designed by Geoffrey Davy inspired by the Liturgical Movement and Le Corbusier. More details

  • St Paul

    Llandudno | Conwy | LL30 1YT

    The church was designed by John Oldrid Scott and built in the 1890s. More details

  • St Paul

    London, Bow | London | E3 4AR

    St Paul’s Church, Bow Common dates from 1958, replacing the original Victorian gothic church, gutted during the Blitz. More details