Faith insurance is what Ecclesiastical was built on. Consistently voted the Best Faith Insurer by brokers*, we’ve been insuring Anglican buildings for over 125 years.
Today, we directly insure over 95% of Anglican churches and cathedrals. We’re also the leading UK insurer of synagogues, and our unrivalled expertise means that we work closely with brokers to provide insurance for mosques, Hindu and Sikh temples.
Our expert faith underwriters assess every risk on its own merits. This means we can tailor cover to offer Faith Insurance that provides quality cover at competitive premiums.
From risk management guidance notes to a free valuations service**, we offer you and your Faith clients a range of guidance, advice and services. And with 90% of customers** very or extremely satisfied with our claims service, you can be confident we’ll do all we can to resolve any claims as quickly and fairly as we can.
Get a Faith Insurance quote - contact your nearest regional centre
As well as offering insurance for mosques and synagogues, our Faith insurance is suitable for Hindu and Sikh temples. See our faith insurance risk appetite guide for more details.
Specialist, flexible Faith Insurance
Our Faith insurance can be tailored so your customers get the insurance they need and only pay for what’s important to them. Covers available include:
Public liability (with no exclusion for abuse claims)
Trustees‘ legal liability
Equipment breakdown cover
Optional extensions include:
See our Faith insurance summary of cover for more details.
Contact your regional centre to get a quote or learn more about how we can help you and your Faith clients.
Visit Ezone, our broker extranet, to access our Charity online product, policy documents and other useful resources.
*Of those brokers who named an insurer in the survey, the majority named Ecclesiastical as the best insurer for Faith insurance. Research carried out by FWD, an independent market research company.
** terms and conditions apply
***Based on responses to Ecclesiastical’s claims satisfaction Survey 2014