Caring for your Church Building

These pages all help you care for your church building

Developing your church building

For many the challenge is how to make your church building relevant to today’s needs whilst recognising their original role as places of worship, mission and respecting sacred space.

The key is understanding what you have, communicating what is needed and good consultation.

Top Tip

Book – Buildings for Mission: A complete guide to the care, conservation and development of churches, by Nigel Walter and Andrew Mottram is a practical and comprehensive guide offering essential and expert advice on every aspect of caring for churches.

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St John Beckermet it’s brick lined walls hosts an array of C10-C11 fragments https://t.co/0Rd3BcPb8o
St Bridget, The Low Church plain & simple building with c9 cross shafts in the oval Saxon graveyard https://t.co/fNxbdGCcVk
Ponsonby church islanded by a ha-ha. With windows by Morris & Co & Holiday. https://t.co/DG8gdSB9ZN

Contact

Email: info@ctfc.org.uk

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