A round up of good things taking place in church buildings during March 2021
We catch up with Father Huw Bryant, Mission Area Leader of Dyffryn Clwyd who tells us how his church supports its farming community through volunteer work.
A survey to assess the current needs of churches and communities and aid in planning for the recovery.
Revd Philip Johnson, of The Church of Malvern Link with Cowleigh, is calling for help setting up a support centre within the church. He explains why he is so passionate for this to happen.
In a guest post, Reverend Charles Chadwick, a Friend of the National Churches Trust Church, writes about why church buildings have an important role to play in Christian mission in the 21st century. He writes in a personal capacity.
The need for more funding for the UK’s church and chapel buildings has been highlighted in a letter signed by representatives of leading church building support organisations, published in The Times newspaper on Monday 19 October 2020.
The House of Good report is a pioneering study of the value of church buildings in the UK. It is the start of a three year campaign to highlight their importance. Tell us how your church is a House of Good here.
John Drew explains how this report shows that this connection between church buildings and the people and local communities who use them is alive and well and, perhaps surprisingly, worth billions of pounds.
Fr Steve Gayle explains that an essential part of his church is the sense of community and friendship between the congregation members before and after worship.
We catch up with volunteer church outreach worker, Annette Saunders, who tells us that the church is right where it’s needed – the most deprived area of Tamworth.