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Parish churches on Alston Moor have been delivering essentials to residents across the North Pennines since the coronavirus pandemic lockdown began in March.
A church in Eastbourne has become a radically different kind of church since the UK lockdown.
Several Devon churches have become busy hubs despite being closed for public worship after stepping-up to host foodbanks.
Churches in Newcastle-under-Lyme support vulnerable families during lockdown
All Saints in Highertown, Truro, has hosted an ecumenical food bank for the past decade, working alongside the local Methodist Church as a venue.
Volunteers in Hampshire join together to ensure no one in the area goes without essentials through the coronavirus lockdown.
Exeter Cathedral needle workers have swapped vestments for NHS scrubs in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ascension Church in Newham, East London, started a food bank within days of the lockdown which now serves around 100 people a week, and is growing
A vicar has spearheaded a rapid response to the coronavirus crisis, leading a major community effort to support those isolated or housebound because of Covid-19.
Micah Liverpool, the social justice charity based at Liverpool Cathedral, has seen demand at its food banks rise by around 40% since lockdown