Changes to church buildings can offer greater flexibility of worship, or help improve the facilities and welcome a church can give to worshippers and visitors.
Many church congregations are thinking about the changes they can make to their church buildings. But where to begin?
On this page you will find lots of case studies and an introductory booklet to give you all the information you need to get started, as well as inspire and encourage you and your church as to what might be possible.
From tea/coffee making facilities and toilets; to glass doors that invite people to come in; major reordering works inside a church and even extensions, the case studies highlight a wide range of projects carried out in the Dioceses of Rochester and Canterbury.
Take a look at some projects below:
- Petts Wood - St Francis of Assisi Church
- Ash St Nicholas Church, Canterbury
- Ashford St Mary the Virgin Church
- Ashford St Mary the Virgin Church. Willesborough
- Ashford St Michael and All Angels Kingsnorth
- Chiddingstone ST Mary's Church
- East Malling ST James the Great Church
- Eynsford St Martin of Tours Church
- Eynsford St Martin's Church (tea Station)
- Goudhurst St Marty's Church
- Ickham St John the Evangelist Church
- Kenardington St Mary's Church
- Marden St Michael and All Angels Church
- Petham All Saints Chruch
- Stansted St Mary's Church
- Tonbridge St Stephen's Church
- Wye St Gregrory and St MArtin's Church
Take a look at our Missional Property Fund, as your project might just qualify for a grant.
Don’t forget, the Diocesan Advisory Committee (DAC) is always on hand to help congregations and their Parochial Church Councils to get the best results possible and to support you through the process.
Secretary to the DAC Secretary