If you’re interested in the support available to help church in rural areas, we also recommending visiting the Arthur Rank Centre.
During 5-13 June 2021, over 500 churches around England and Wales took part in Churches Count on Nature.
Renewable energy installations are more and more common and affordable. But it’s important to choose the right one for your building and community use.
Roodscreens are fragile and vulnerable to damage. Good building and drainage maintenance is essential to minimise the risk to screens. We can help you take simple steps to make sure your screen survives for as long as possible.
Your church roof keeps out water and prevents the deterioration of your building and its content. We can help you make sure it is carefully maintained.
Ruined churches are a treasured feature of our countryside. For some parishes, they can be an expensive headache. But for others, they represent an opportunity. We can help you understand how to deal with ruins in your care.
Historic seating can be significant in its own right as well as a major element of the significance of the church as a whole. Changing or replacing it can have a big impact on the interior of your church. We can help you understand your seating and the options for making changes.
We want to encourage you to make wider, more imaginative and more strategic use of your church building, opening it up to all in your community and giving people new reasons to cross the threshold. We can help you select the right legal and funding model to develop your building for uses beyond worship.
Every window in your church is unique and needs to be understood and respected. Historic glass is one of the most fragile materials in your church. But we can help you see the signs and understand the causes of damage. We can also help you with practical maintenance tips.
If your church is listed, then you need to write a statement of significance and needs to apply for faculty. We can help you focus on what’s important.