The National Churches Trust is the national, independent, charity dedicated to promoting and supporting church buildings of historic, architectural and community value across the UK.

They support a wide variety of projects through their grant programmes. From repairing a roof to helping to install an accessible toilet – and many other projects – their grants help people to continue to serve, and to serve better, their local communities. They now offer three types of grants – Cornerstone, Gateway and Foundation. Full details can be found by visiting their website –

The Trust, founded in 2007, is the successor to the Historic Churches Preservation Trust (HCPT), created in 1953. Our Patron is HM the Queen. They receive no income from government or church authorities, and they rely on voluntary contributions from their supporters to undertake their work.


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