Building Resilience Conference: a more sustainable future for places of worship
Published: Friday, March 9, 2018
The National Churches Trust’s Building Resilience Conference in London on Wednesday 27 June 2018 is a major event for anyone who loves, looks after or supports church buildings.
Join us if you are part of a team looking after a local church, chapel or meeting house or if you work or volunteer for an organisation supporting or promoting faith heritage, community outreach and engagement with churches.
Bill Bryson, writer, broadcaster and Vice-President of the National Churches Trust, will welcome you and other special guests at the Building Resilience Conference.
Participants include award winning broadcaster, Dr Jonathan Foyle; John Goodall, the Architectural Editor of Country Life; and Luke March, Chairman of the National Churches Trust (full Programme tbc).
Find out about and take away tools and resources accessing exciting new developments in funding, tourism and support for daily building care.
The event is taking place at the Emmanuel Centre, a listed place of worship centrally located in Westminster, from 9am – 4.30pm.
This is a ticketed event and we expect a high demand, so take advantage of our Early Bird offer and book your place. Early Bird ticket holders will be entered into a prize draw to win one of five signed copies of Bill Bryson's latest book "The Road to Little Dribbling: More Notes from a Small Island."
Building Resilience will feature:
Participants from the government, media, tourism, heritage, insurance and funding sectors;
The launch of the National Church's Trust new strategy for 2019-2024;
Information on funding and new opportunities for places of worship;
Information on a range of offers by organisations working in partnership to help churches to achieve greater sustainability;
'Ask the Expert' Q&As featuring specialists, experts and church representatives who have successfully taken part in projects and pilots who will share their experience.
This event will raise funds for our charitable work supporting churches throughout the UK.