We are Church Growth Trust, your experts in church properties.

We aim to help independent churches grow by providing a professional and complete church property management service - from trusteeship to architectural support and everything in between.

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Check out the LATEST updated free resource available to you.

Providing useful resources to you is key to supporting you where you are with what you need. We have recently updated our booklet 'Your Guide to Running Church Premises'. Our prayer is that this booklet will be of practical help to you as you look after your church property.

Contact us for your copy or click on the link below for more details.

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Sharing our exciting news with you.

We believe in sharing good news and regularly update our news page with helpful and encouraging news articles across our work. Check out one of our recent news items where we recently met a retired evangelical congregational minister who has been buying chapels in the Welsh valleys.

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We understand you and your mission.

We are Christians too and want to partner with independent evangelical churches to grow the Kingdom of God.

We do this because we want to help independent churches thrive in their mission within the heart of their community – helping to keep church buildings for their original use and fit for purpose.

We are passionate about offering our skills, experience and practical support in a way that serves the Church and see God’s Kingdom grow.

We recognise that the Church is the people and the building is there to provide a strong foundation from which to reach out to the community, support its mission and to help the Church grow.

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