The Presidents’ Award

First awarded in 1999, it is named after three presidents: The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archbishop of York as Joint Presidents of the National Churches Trust, and the EASA President. The award is given for the best example of new design in re-ordering, alterations, extensions or new buildings which are specifically for liturgical use.

Award nominations are considered by the Association in conjunction with the National Churches Trust (formerly the ICBS) and awarded at the EASA Annual General Meeting. The award is given to the designer and the ICBS Chalice and Paten are lent to the winning parish to be held by them for the next year. The winning church or chapel will receive a £500 prize.

Nominations can be made by architects, chartered surveyors, churches and chapels and anyone else with a passion for great church architecture. 

The Presidents' Award

 

First awarded in 1999, the President's award is given for new design in re-ordering, alterations, extensions or new buildings which are specifically for liturgical use.

Award nominations are considered by the Association in conjunction with the Incorporated Church Building Society (ICBS) and awarded at the EASA Annual General Meeting. The award is given to the designer and the ICBS Chalice and Paten (pictured below) are lent to the winning parish to be held by them for the next year.

 

presidents medalpaten

 

The closing date for The Presidents' Award 2013 nominations is 4th October 2013.

 

Click here for an entry form: 2013 Presidents' Award Entry Form

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