Welcome to the website of the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association.

The Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association (EASA) is a learned society, founded in 1872 as the Ecclesiastical Surveyors Association.

The Association encourages its members to take advantage of continuing professional development initiatives relating to their work on ecclesiastical buildings and ensures that its meetings provide adequate and varied input to satisfy this requirement.

Members share a desire to strive for excellence, to learn from each other and to improve the quality of service to their clients.


  • Quinquennial Inspection Training Days 2024

    Quinquennial Inspection Training Days 2024

    EASA are pleased to announce that we will be holding the following quinquennial inspection training days on: Tuesday, 9th April 2024 at St James’ Church, Meltham Mills, Huddersfield. Yorkshire. Tuesday, 23rd April 2024 at St Paul’s Church, Wokingham. Berkshire. Attached are several files with the relevant documents in them. There is one file with a…

  • EASA Conference 2024: Kings Lynn: “Is there Holiness in Beauty – does Image matter?”

    EASA Conference 2024: Kings Lynn: “Is there Holiness in Beauty – does Image matter?”

    As you will already be aware, due to circumstances beyond our control, EASA had to take the difficult decision to postpone our plans for a Spring Conference in Kings Lynn at the start of March this year. Not to be beaten we are now working up the final plans to run this conference from: Sunday,…

  • Awards 2023

    Awards 2023

    We had a fantastic Awards Ceremony at our AGM on 2nd November, held at St Mellitus College in London. This is a joint collaboration between EASA and National Churches Trust. We had nine shortlisted entries over three awards, and the standard was really high across the board. The winners are as follows: The King of…

  • Conserving Comper’s Reredos

    Conserving Comper’s Reredos

    A seminar about the restoration of Sir Ninian Comper’s very first Church project Friday 1st December 2023 at 1.30 p.m Since mid-September conservators from Hirst Conservation have been working hard to restore Geddington Church’s magnificent medieval reredos with its superb images painted on 13 zinc panels by Sir Ninian Comper as part of his very…

  • 2023 AGM and Autumn Meeting

    2023 AGM and Autumn Meeting

    We are returning to St Mellitus College in St Jude’s Church at 24, Collingham Road, Kensington, London. SW5 0LX for this year’s AGM and Autumn Meeting on Thursday, 2 November 2023 at 09.30 a.m.. This year the theme running through our speakers’ talks will major on the issue of the availability of grant aid for church repair and conservation work.…

  • Hold the date: 2023 Autumn Meeting and AGM

    The AGM will be held at St Mellitus College, 24 Collingham Rd, London SW5 0LX, this year on Thursday, 2 November 2023. Full details and booking information will be emailed out shortly.

  • 2023 UK Church Architecture Awards

    2023 UK Church Architecture Awards

    The EASA and National Churches Trust are delighted that the 2023 UK Church Architecture Awards are open for entries. Apply by 23 July 2023. The King of Prussia Gold Medal The King of Prussia Gold Medal is for innovative, high quality church conservation or repair work. The award is made on behalf of the National…

  • EASA Summer Conference 2023

    EASA Summer Conference 2023

    Friday, 30 June to Saturday, 1 July 2023 Theme: “Foundation Stones” Booking Deadline: Monday, 29 May 2023 We plan to start with a visit to the Hartham Park Stone Quarry at Corsham, where Bath Stone is quarried underground. We shall see the Bath Abbey Footprints Project during a visit to the Abbey and hear in…

  • EASA Instagram

    Unfortunately we lost our Instagram account so have had to create a new one. The new account is at: https://www.instagram.com/the_easa/

  • 2023 Church Architecture Awards

    Details of the 2023 UK Church Architecture Awards are being finalised. Please monitor your inbox and/or the EASA social media channels for an update. Further details may be found here.