The Church Monuments Society was founded in 1979 and offers a focus for all who have an interest in church monuments of all types and periods.
Church Recorders promote recognition and preservation of the rich artistic heritage in places of worship by recording the contents of churches of all religions.
A selection of art and architecture resources.
The Churches Visitor & Tourism Association is the UK's leading body for promoting best practice in welcoming visitors to places of worship.
The Churches Conservation Trust cares for over 341 unused churches in England.
A one-stop shop for those charged with the care of churches. ChurchCare is the Church of England’s national resource, supporting over 16,000 parish churches and 42 cathedrals.
The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture is a complete online record of all the surviving Romanesque sculpture in Britain and Ireland.
Digital picture archive and international conservation guidelines for the medieval stained glass.
The Council for British Archaeology is an educational charity to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment.
ADCA is a professional organisation which represents archaeologists who are charged with the proper conduct of archaeology of cathedrals and parish churches.
The pre-eminent research library of English Protestant nonconformity.
EASA is a learned society charged with advancing knowledge and practice of ecclesiastical architecture.
Lots of information, support and resources.
The Friends of Christ Church Spitalfields is the charity leading the restoration of Hawksmoor's masterpiece.
The Friends of the City Churches is an architectural heritage charity dedicated to preserving the beautiful and unique churches found within the square mile of the City of London.
A small charity which saves redundant historic churches.
Study and preservation of Georgian buildings, including churches.
Publishes texts relating to the liturgy and ritual of the medieval church.
The Heritage Alliance unites 97 independent heritage organisations in England, acting as a powerful, effective and independent advocate for the movement.
The body which distributes a share of the income from the National Lottery to projects aimed at preserving and making accessible the nation's heritage.