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There are many ways to support our work as a volunteer. See how you could help…

93% of our volunteers would recommend volunteering with us to their friends

There are many ways to support God’s work as a volunteer. As one of over 200 individuals who volunteer for us, you will be a valued part of our organisation.

You will work alongside other volunteers and staff to help us care for our wonderful churches to create a professional and friendly environment for visitors and to support our aims to find new uses for churches that benefit the local community.

In return for your time, abilities and energy, we will give you opportunities to develop your skills and interests, to make new friends and to make a satisfying contribution as you help us save historic churches.

Ways to get involved

Here are some of the ways volunteers can help support our work:

  • Music Department
  • Working with the Sunday school children
  • IT Skills and Graphic Designs
  • Camera and Light Management
  • Stage/Event Management
  • Communications and marketing
  • Church tourism
  • Hospitality
  • Undertaking research

We simply would not be able to protect historic churches without the support and commitment of our volunteers.

Since our foundation in 1969, we have valued the work of local volunteers supporting local churches. Over recent years in particular, volunteering has become central to all that we do, with volunteer numbers now reaching over 1,800 across the country. Volunteers are the very life force of the organisation.

Volunteers in all of our work

Without volunteers, the church wouldn’t be able to stand, raise the funds it requires and develop vital links to local communities..

Our commitment is to make sure that volunteers have the chance to play a role in every aspect of our life as a church– from the vital jobs caring for local churches to taking decisions about the future direction of the Great Commission Church.