The CCF builds relationships between the Christian world and the world of politics and government. We are a non-denominational Christian fellowship that inspires and equips believers to go into public life. We seek to be ‘Salt & Light’ in the Conservative Party. We contribute to the life and thinking of the Conservative Party and seeks to build a strong, relational bridge between the party and the Christian community. We facilitate meetings between the Christian community and the party on various policy areas such as education, international development, home affairs and community cohesion. Our members range from those who just vote Conservative and want to pray and encourage decision makers to Conservative MPs, Councillors and Peers. The CCF has members all over the UK and is an interdenominational fellowship.
We hold a monthly prayer and worship service in Parliament (Prayers for the Nation), an annual lecture and Christmas party (Wilberforce Address) and are holding 'Listening to Britain's Churches' evenings around the UK.
Inspiring and equipping
CCF supporters can join our IMPACT Development Course, a 10 month course designed to inspire and equip our members to go into public life, from being a School Governor to an MP.
CCF supporters can sign up to be part of a local group, you meet monthly or quarterly in prayer for your local leaders. Groups gets involved with the local Party and Christian activities. We are always looking to expand our groups across the UK.
Become a CCF supporter
We rely on the generous donations of our supporters to enable us to be a Christian impact in the Conservative Party.
• Train the next generation of leaders through the IMPACT Leadership in Public Life Course
• Transform the Party Conference Church Service into one of the largest fringe events at the Conservatie Party Conference
• Bring social justice and kingdom values to the nation through the Annual Wilberforce Address
• Organise Prayers for the Nation and Westminister Briefings every month
*Under the Political Party Elections and Referendums Act 2000 (PPERA) you must be on the electoral register in the UK excluding the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man in order to make a donation of more than £500. If you donate more than £1,500, we are obliged under the PPERA to report such a donation to the Electoral Commission, who will publish the fact that you have made a donation over £1,500. For more information, please see www.electoralcommission.gov.uk