Parish Buying Service

The Parish Buying Service is a national scheme to help parishes reduce costs.

Between them, PCCs spend over £200 million each year on ‘things’ rather than people, including electricity, gas, stationary, broadband, IT equipment, boilers and photocopiers.

The Parish Buying Service was set up by the Church of England to save churches time and money. It uses the bulk buying power of the Church to negotiate competitive prices with suppliers across a range of different contracts.

Please see the following short film on church procurement:


In buying together we save together.

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