Category Archives: CVTA

CVTA Newsletter December 2015

The CVTA NEWSLETTER – DECEMBER 2015 is the report back from the CVTA November Symposium and AGM held at at St. Chad’s, Shrewsbury. Full transcripts from the day will be available on the website in the New Year.


CVTA September 2015 Newsletter

CVTA NEWSLETTER – SEPTEMBER 2015 News on the CVTA Symposium and AGM, the Small Pilgrim Places Network national gathering and AGM, the North East Inspired Futures project, and an update on the Tourism Alliance 



Methodist heritage seeks volunteers

The Methodist Church is seeking three volunteers with proven expertise to help support the care and promotion of Methodist archives and heritage. Would you, or do you know of others you would like to encourage to, consider these opportunities to serve the Methodist Church? Please feel free to share this email widely. If you have […]




2008 Synod backs church tourism

The General Synod of the Church of England has backed a call for church tourism to be taken seriously in every diocese, after a stimulating debate in York on Sunday 6th July 2008. The motion as carried by the Synod in York on Sunday 6th July (with a couple of amendments) reads as follows: Mr […]


Sacred Britain: agenda for action (2006)

“Making churches and places of worship a ‘must see’ part of exploring Britain’s destinations” This is the vision for ‘Sacred Britain: Places of Worship and the Tourism Destination Experience – An Agenda for Action‘ – launched at the Churches Tourism Association Convention on Monday 20th November 2006.This ‘agenda for action’ was prepared under the guidance of […]


Reflections on church tourism

The Churches Visitor & Tourism Association has produced a cd-rom, full of inavluable information, insights and advice on how to promote visits to churches and enhance your visitor welcome. It offers a convenient starting point for accessing up to date resources for clergy, PCCs and individuals. PRICE: £9 including p&p. Click here to contact us if […]


Welcome to the Churches Visitor & Tourism Association

The Churches Visitor & Tourism Association is the UK’s leading body for promoting best practice in welcoming visitors to places of worship. Our work is all about developing the visitor experience of a unique part of our historical and contemporary sacred heritage, captured for the future, living in the present, and distinctive to the location of every […]