Enabling all ages to grow in faith


A new year, new opportunities and better well-being!

If you've been inspired to see how our work has resourced so many, in so many different ways, why not become to be part of our story? As a local church champion, you could make a difference - to others and to yourself!

BRF on BBC’s Songs of Praise!

Last Sunday's episode of the hugely popular BBC One programme Songs of Praise featured the work of BRF, with Richard Fisher talking to Kate Bottley, Debbie Thrower speaking about Anna Chaplaincy, Gemma Hunt visiting Messy Church and Amy Boucher Pye meeting a reader from New Zealand.

Join us in our new centenary prayer

Start the year by joining us in our new centenary prayer, with this one-minute video from well-wishers around the world.

Looking forward to looking back!

Put the kettle on, take a break and enjoy a quick browse of the first bi-monthly news brochure in our centenary year!

‘There is much more that BRF offers our church’s ministry’

Meet Jennifer Richards, one of BRF's local church champions.

Our Christmas and New Year office hours

Our office and phone lines will close for the Christmas break from noon on 24 December until 4 January.

Free Christmas resource helps families focus on God

With so many distractions, how can parents and carers help children remember the real meaning of Christmas?

Settle down and catch up!

Grab a coffee, put your feet up and enjoy the latest issue of BRF News - including Martyn Payne on writing a new BRF prayer for our 100th anniversary.

New ministry lead for Messy Church

Longstanding member of the Messy Church family, Aike Kennett-Brown is more than equipped to take on the leadership role to be vacated by its founder Lucy Moore.

A fond farewell to Lucy Moore

After many years with BRF, Messy Church pioneer and founder, Lucy Moore, is to move into a major new role with the Church of England.