Church Community Campaign

Enter this Church Community Campaign competition to win £10,000 for your cause.

We are working with one of our main church insurers, Ansvar Insurance, to look for churches who have set up projects for the benefit of their local community. If you have got a project you want to talk about, tell them in up to 1,000 words and contact them before 5pm on May 31st 2016. This can be by email to or in writing to Church Community Competition, Ansvar House, 31 St Leonards Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 3UR.

The campaign, which has been featured on Premier, Baptist Union of Scotland and in other publications, aims to find a community project which has had some success which can be shared with others. As a specialist church and charity insurance broker we are actively involved with many churches running incredible social action projects.

We sponsored the Cinnamon Network Faith Action Audit in 2015. This showed the church community to be involved in a wide number of campaigns including Accommodation, Befriending, Debt advice and support, Drop in centre, Fitness activity, Food-bank, Healthcare, Job club, Mentoring, Night shelter, Playgroup, Providing meals, Services for the disabled, Street patrol, Training and education, Community activity and Community groups. So if you have been involved in any of these, please let Ansvar know!

Find all the details and competition rules on the Ansvar facebook page

This Competition is open to any Christian place of worship located in the United Kingdom. The prize of £10,000 will be awarded by cheque to the best entry as determined by the judging panel comprised of representatives from Ansvar, Premier Christianity and others. The winner will be announced publicly in the July/August edition of Premier Christianity magazine.

For more information about our specialist faith policies, or to chat to one of our advisers about your cover, or to obtain a quote please contact us on this church insurance page.

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