Keeping Somerset Churches & Chapels Alive
Join Somerset Churches Trust to help to keep our churches and chapels alive for worship and the community and enjoy activities such as our annual talk.
Step inside some of our historic churches and chapels from the comfort of your own home!
We welcome applications from churches and chapels of all denominations for repairs and improvements to enable wider community use. Submit your grant application by Friday 16th September 2022 for consideration at our meeting in October 2022.
We are an independent non-denominational body raising money and making grants for the preservation, repair and improvement of churches and chapels open for Christian worship in the historic county of Somerset. We also encourage greater interest and involvement by all members of the community in the magnificent heritage of religious buildings.
Our grants help to cover repairs to the main fabric of the churches in our parishes and to help with improvements and alterations to facilities and access to allow greater community use.
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Membership is open to all; whatever your age, wherever you live, you can help the churches and chapels in Somerset to continue to serve and grow in their communities and give joy and peace to all who visit them.
Somerset Churches Trust’s most important fund raising event! Churches and Chapels of all denominations can take part and cyclists, walkers, horse riders and even car drivers are able to join in.
News is updated regularly and we welcome contributions to this page from members. Read the latest news from Somerset Churches Trust here.
We run a busy Programme of Events throughout the year to which all members and their friends are very welcome. Find out about our upcoming events here.
Whether you are new to the area or have lived in Somerset for generations, discover the historic churches and chapels of our county that have stood the test of time. Our member directory allows you to search and discover places of worship at the click of a button.
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