Caring for your Church Building

These pages all help you care for your church building

Maintenance and Repair

Repairs to traditional buildings are often seen as  costly, time consuming and require missional energy.  Yet, cold, damp and decaying buildings do not portray a positive image or meet today’s needs.

Ensuring the fabric of the building is looked after through regular maintenance can help to keep the cost of repairs down.

For further information on preventative maintenance of places of worship visit SPAB Faith in Maintenance or the SPAB Maintenance Cooperative Project. Their technical advice page and the Coop Toolkit section offer a wide range of information.

The conservation section on the ChurchCare website and the National Churches Trust building advice section offer further advice.

Top Tip – Book – Caring for Your Church Building  by James Halsall

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