We interviewed Jeremy, one of the investors in Kingdom Bank
Kingdom Bank, which has been serving churches across the UK for over sixty years, has been bought by a group of Christian investors seeking to spark a significant expansion of the Bank’s activities.
Mark Himsworth, treasurer of Sherwood Forest Community Church tell us about his long-term relationship with the bank.
Rev Sonia Stewart of Shekinah Shur Ministries in Nottingham found Kingdom Bank’s services a real blessing.
Lisa Lodwick explains how Kingdom Bank helped her set up an ethical savings account on her mother’s behalf
Pastor Clement Okusi from Eternity Church Croydon was interviewed about his experience with the bank and the support he receives.
We are open and available to help our customers. Together we are working hard to ensure we can provide the best support to our customers and our staff.
It has been apparent for some time that there is an important and powerful role for a Christian bank in Britain. Many people – and not just Christians – are keen to see their money managed and used well.
Chris, now that there is a new owner of Kingdom Bank what are your feelings about this? My immediate feeling is one of tremendous excitement...
Stewardship and Kingdom Bank are delighted to announce a partnership between two significant Christian institutions.
When missionaries Tim and Miho Walker returned from church-planting work in Japan, and looked to settle in Manchester, getting a mortgage proved a challenge...
Pastor Joy Henry unpacks the journey of St Michael’s Community Church in Stoke-on-Trent over the past six years ...
Hope House Church in Barnsley started life as a new church plant in the town in 1981, led by Dennis and Sue Bavister.
I am delighted to be at the start of the autumn season when we can look ahead to some exciting times.