Our Partners


Scotscare is the registered trademark of The Royal Scottish Corporation, a charity that traces its origins back to 1603.

ScotsCare provides comprehensive support to first- and second-generation Scots, and their children, in and around Greater London. The charity’s vision is to end the cycle of deprivation experienced by Scots, particularly children and families, working age adults and older people, through the provision of a range of financial, practical, and emotional support – ranging from grants and training, to housing, social events and homelessness support.

We have two members (elders) of the congregation who serve as independent trustees of Scotscare, and our minister, Rev Scott Rennie, acts as one of the charity’s honorary chaplains.

Bruce House

Bruce House is a housing facility in Covent Garden, very near to Crown Court, which offers independent living to young people who have been rough sleeping in Westminster and is supported by the Centrepoint charity service providers.

In 2019, as part of our Tercentenary Celebrations, we developed an outreach link with Bruce House, which continues today. At Christmas, we donate gift bags to each resident and similarly chocolate eggs at Easter. We always welcome young people living at Bruce House to worship with us.

If you wish to support this project, please contact Margaret Ross through the Church Office.

Student Christian Movement

Crown Court is proud to be a Link Church of the Student Christian Movement, which seeks to be both a radical voice for equality and justice, and a safe home for progressive Christian students. The SCM is deeply committed to an inclusive, progressive and radical approach to the Christian faith. The work of the SCM is governed by four aims that express the values of our shared progressive faith: 

  • Creating community 
  • Deepening faith 
  • Seeking justice 
  • Celebrating diversity

Scots in London

Crown Court is founder forum member of Scots in London, which promotes the activities of Scottish organisations in London. The forum members first came together in 2018 to recognise and honour the roles that Scots in London played in the First World War, culminating in the publication of a commemorative book, officially launched by the Patron of Scots in London, HRH the Princess Royal.

Visit the Scots in London website to learn more about its many members, and explore their wide range of events.

Christian Aid

Christian Aid was founded by the churches of Britain and Ireland as “Christian Reconstruction in Europe” in the aftermath of World War Two with the aim of doing everything possible to help European refugees who had lost everything. The name changed to Christian Aid in 1964 as a recognition of the success of Christian Aid Week, which has taken place every year since 1957. Today Christian Aid works globally to eradicate the causes of poverty with the aim of achieving equality, dignity and freedom for all regardless of faith or nationality. Christian Aid provides urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes.

At Crown Court we support Christian Aid mainly through fund raising, during Christian Aid Week, and through retiring collections at our quarterly communion services. We also sing carols under the tree in Trafalgar Square in aid of Christian Aid every December.

If you would like to learn more about how Crown Court Church supports Christian Aid, please contact the church’s Christian Aid Convener at christianaid@crowncourtchurch.org.uk.


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