Community Project Awards 2020

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The 2020 Community Awards have been postponed until 2021. Because of the closure of church buildings and projects due to coronavirus, judges have been unable to visit shortlisted projects. Judging will resume when lockdown is lifted.

The 2020 awards will be presented at next year’s United Reformed Church General Assembly, in addition to the 2021 Awards.

Applications for the 2021 Community Awards are due to open in November.

What are the Community Project Awards?  

For more than a decade the United Reformed Church (URC), supported by Congregational, has run the Community Project Awards. The scheme recognises innovative community projects taking place in URC-connected churches.

To be eligible, the project must be run in the UK by members of a URC congregation or by a Local Ecumenical Project involving a URC.

We look for innovative projects that meet a local demand and have a positive effect on community life.

The winning project can win up to £2,000. 

Watch videos about previous award winners

Inspirational stories from four of the 2018 award-winners: 

And find out more about the 2016 award winner: 

Details of how to apply for the 2021 awards will be online soon. 

 

 

 

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