The GRA:CE Project

The GRA:CE project is exploring the relationship between social action, discipleship and church growth in the Church of England.Read more

Loneliness Strategy: Consultation Response

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport launched a consultation in June 2018 to inform their approach to developing a Loneliness Strategy. This paper presents our written response to the consultation.Read more

Civil Society Futures: Consultation Response

The Independent Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society was launched in April 2017 with the aim of investigating how to maximise the positive effects of civic action and how to release its potential to drive positive change. This paper presents Church Urban Fund’s written response to the enquiry.Read more


Our latest prayer diary focuses on the issue of homelessness. Please join us over the next few weeks as we focus on this issue that affects so many lives. Download your copy here.Read more

Inquiry into Intergenerational Connection: Evidence Submission

In Summer 2018, the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Social Integration launched an inquiry into intergenerational connection, the ways in which different generations and ages interact. This paper presents our written response to the inquiry.Read more

TCT Videos

As part of our partnership working, we are producing a series of video to showcase different opportunities for churches, charities and individuals to support their communities.Read more

Brighton Marathon

Brighton Marathon is a fast and flat course, taking runners through some of the most loved parts of the city as well as offering some stunning views of the South Downs. This entirely traffic free course is quickly becoming one of England’s top marathons! As you run the final mile approaching the pier supporters will be out in their thousands cheering you home.Read more

CUF's Impact Report 2017

Our Impact Report tells the story of the difference Church Urban Fund is making in the lives of people and communities all over England.Read more