ALTERheritage Partners


Full partners

Logo, Future for Religious Heritage (FRH) - The European network for historic places of worship

FRH is the co-ordinating partner of the consortium, for any questions about the project please email

Silent partners:

Centrum voor Religieuze Kunst en Cultuur vzw (CRKC)

GBG uni

Department of Conservation, University of Gothenburg

The Department of Conservation at the University of Gothenburg (UoG), Sweden, runs seven different university programs in conservation, as well as PhD education and research in the same field. The department is also engaged in vocational training and further education, as well as in public outreach.


media k GmbH

media k GmbH (media k) is a German institution specialising in cultural tourism in rural areas, specifically for cultural heritage monuments with a religious background. They support stakeholders of church communities and other local actors to develop economically relevant activities on local and regional level in order to implement an integrated approach for cultural tourism, including pilgrimage travels and spiritual tourism.

KU leuven

KU Leuven / Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation

The Raymond Lemaire International Center for Conservation (RLICC) in Belgium has more than 30 years of experience in training, research and consulting in the field of the preservation of the built heritage, which it will bring into this project. Its founder, the late Professor Raymond Lemaire, was one of the authors of the Venice Charter that established the doctrine for the conservation of the architectural and urban heritage (1964), was a well-known advisor to the European Union, the Council of Europe and UNESCO.


The Churches Conservation Trust

The Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) is the leading national charity that protects and opens to the public 342 of England’s churches that are no longer used for regular worship and are of architectural, archaeological or historical significance. All churches vested to the Trust by the Church of England are listed, mostly grade one (the highest national level of protection), and some are Scheduled Ancient Monuments.


Sociedad Regional de Cultura y Deporte, S. L. (SRCD) and

The Sociedad Regional de Cultura y Deporte, S. L. (SRCD) is a branch of the Government of Cantabria, Spain. It has through the department “Año Jubilar Lebaniego” as main target: creation, promotion, restoration and maintenance of the historical, religious, cultural and natural heritage of the region of Cantabria.

Museum Catharijneconvent logonobackground

Museum Catharijneconvent (MCC)

Museum Catharijneconvent (MCC) is the national museum for Christian art, culture and history in the Netherlands. The permanent collection of Museum Catharijneconvent comprises unique historical and art-historical exhibits ranging from the early mediaeval period to the 21st Century. This collection offers an insight into the Christian art and cultural history of the Netherlands and its influence on Dutch society.

Silent partners

Centrum voor Religieuze Kunst en Cultuur vzw (CRKC) – Belgium

ICOMOS International Training Committée


Svenska kyrkan/Church of Sweden

Protestant church of Hessen – Nassau – Germany

parish of Dittelsheim – Germany

parish of Alsheim – Germany

Monastery of the Dominicans in Worms – Germany

Parish of the Herrgottskirche in Creglingen – Germany

KADOC, Documentation and Research on Religious Culture and Society – Belgium

De Monumentenwacht – the Netherlands

The Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands