Advice and guidance for church buildings

We offer guidance and advice on the day-to-day maintenance of your church and on how to go about making changes to your building.

If you’re interested in the support available to help church in rural areas, we also recommending visiting the Arthur Rank Centre.

  1. Diocesan Environment Officers holding up banners with the fifth mark of mission

    Webinars on getting to net zero carbon

    Find details of our series of webinars on different aspects of the Church of England environment programme and the path to 'net zero carbon'. 

  2. Wild flowers in front of a church. Label says Land and Nature webinar series.

    Webinars on land and nature, for Churches Count on Nature Week

    the logo of churches count on nature

    During 5-13 June 2021 churches around the country can take part in Churches Count on Nature. This is an nationwide project open to all churches, run in partnership by Caring for God's Acre, A Rocha UK, the Church of England Environment Programme, and the Church in Wales.

    Churches Count on Nature is part of Love Your Burial Ground Week.

    During Churches Count on Nature, we are running a special series of webinars on different aspects of land and nature for a church audience. 

    Have a look at the webinar programme below: you will find help with managing trees and grasslands, introductions to ecology and biological recording, pointers for outdoor worship and Eco Church, and lots of helpful examples.

    All webinars are free to attend; our thanks go to the speakers who are volunteering their time.  

    At the end of the week, on Saturday 13th June, Sheffield Dioceses is running a free online Eco Church Festival, linked to Churches Count on Nature, to which all are invited.

    Scroll down to find all the details and booking links.