National Churches Trust Grants

The National Churches Trust supports a wide variety of projects at churches, chapels and meeting houses through their grant programmes. Their grants are available to any Christian place of worship in the UK that is open for regular worship.

From repairing a roof to helping to install an accessible toilet – and many other projects – their grants help keep churches open for worship and community activities and allow them to continue to serve people and communities in all sorts of ways.

The National Churches Trust offers:

  • Large grants – for urgent and essential structural repair projects with estimated costs of at least £100,000 that will help places of worship become wind and watertight, and for installing kitchens and toilets with estimated costs of at least £30,000, to improve access for all.
  • Medium grants – to support churches in their project development up to RIBA stage 1; supporting local church trusts; and essential repair projects with estimated costs of between £10,000 and £100,000.
  • Small grants –  to support small, urgent maintenance and repair issues or to carry out small investigative works costing upto £10,000.

Rolling deadlines.

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