Historic Chapels Trust rescues places of worship in England that are no longer in use by congregations.
The Alliance brings together those working for a secure future for historic religious buildings.
Images of England provides photographs and images of the historic buildings of England, listed buildings and archived data.
Formerly UK National Inventory of War Memorials is working to compile a comprehensive record of all war memorials in the UK to promote their appreciation, use and preservation.
John Vigar organises church tours in Kent and nationally, and lectures on church architecture and kindred subjects.
Promotes and studies the work of Charles Eamer Kempe, stained glass designer.
Lambeth Palace Library is the historic library and record office of the Archbishops of Canterbury and the principal repository of the documentary history of the Church of England.
Liturgy Office of the Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales
The Liturgy Office serves the work of the Department for Christian Life and Worship of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales providing resources, information and advice.
Mass dials (scratch dials) are medieval (1100 – 1600) dials found on the south walls of churches. The British Sundial Society are creating a full record here.
The Mausolea and Monuments Trust is a charitable trust for the protection and preservation of mausolea and funerary monuments.
Important source of up-to-date research on early settlements, of which the church is often a significant feature.
Memorials by Artists endeavours to improve the quality of church and churchyard memorials and helps people to commission fine individual memorials. The Memorial Arts Charity runs workshops in design & lettercutting.
Provides a guide to the main locations in Britain with buildings or sites of particular Methodist historic interest.
The website for the Society for those interested in any aspect of monumental brasses and incised slabs of all dates in all countries.
The Trust offers grants and interest free loans for essential fabric repairs to churches which are in use as places of worship in England and Wales.
Church Recorders promote recognition and preservation of the rich artistic heritage in places of worship by recording the contents of churches of all religions.
The NMR is now part of the English Heritage Archive - with 1 million catalogue entries describing photographs, plans and drawings of England's buildings and historic sites.
The link is to the National Pipe Organ Register, which allows online searching of some 25,000 organ specifications, some with online pictures. It also has links to the British Organ Archive, and the Directory of British Organ Builders.
An Anglican liturgical initiative, founded in 1990.
Promotes the work of Augustus Welby Pugin.