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Conservative Christian Fellowship
Full nameConservative Christian Fellowship
Short nameCCF
HeadquartersConservative Campaign HQ
4 Matthew Parker Street, London, SW1H 9HQ, England
Economic liberalism
British unionism
Christian democracy
Political positionCentre-right
National affiliationConservative Party

The Conservative Christian Fellowship (CCF) is an organisation working within the British Conservative Party. Established in 1990 by Tim Montgomerie and David Burrowes, while they were students at Exeter University, the organisation supports Christians in the Conservative Party.[citation needed]

The CCF organises events and meetings for the party and its supporters across the UK. It is also an active participant in the cross-party group Christians in Politics, which include Christian MPs in the UK.[citation needed]


The CCF's headquarters are at the Conservative Campaign Headquarters in Westminster,[1] but it is funded solely by its supporters.[2] Its previous executive directors include Gareth Wallace, Tim Montgomerie, Paul Woolley, Elizabeth Berridge and Colin Bloom. As of August 2016, its current chair is John Glen.[3]


  1. ^ Contact Us, page, CCF website Archived 4 August 2012 at, accessed 13 February 2012.
  2. ^ "Terms and Conditions", page, CCF website, accessed 13 February 2012.
  3. ^ "CCF Trustees". Conservative Christian Fellowship. Archived from the original on 8 August 2016. Retrieved 23 June 2020.