Housing relief
Mission and Values

Our mission is to alleviate the sufferings caused by socio-economic imbalances. Provide our members with comfortable and affordable accommodation. Alleviate Inner City problems through education. Join other national and international charities in their pursuits of preaching the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ or to eradicate cruelty in its entirety.

The 'homeownership gap' - the difference between those who want to own but can't - has hit 5 million.
London has been worst affected, with most people in the capital now renting. Just under half (49.9%)of properties in the city are now owner-occupied, the lowest level since records began in 1991.

More and more people face life in insecure rented accommodation. Mortgages remain out of reach because the deposits required by lenders have soared. The gap between what people earn and house prices in the UK is amongst the worst in the world. At the heart of the problem is a chronic shortage of new homes.
Renting a two bedroom home in London is already unaffordable for those earning less than
£52,000 a year

Christian Kingdom Relief Fund (CKRF) exists to alleviate the problem by providing comfortable, affordable and secure accommodation for its members.
Who is a member?
A Member is
any Bible-Believing Christian (BBC).

A BBC believes what the Bible says about Sin.
1 Cor. 6:9-10, "Or do you not know that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor homosexuals,1 10 nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, shall inherit the kingdom of God."

CKRF seeks to provide refuge/ accommodation for its members only.

Priority is Given to:
o Married men
o Single men who intend to be married and raise a family
o Single Parents
o Single men in difficult circumstances
o Single women in difficult circumstances


Eligibility Criteria

In accordance with our values we provide homes to those meeting the eligibility criteria.

You are eligible if...

You have a gross household income of up to £64,300 per annum when applying for 1 and 2 bedroom properties to rent. Or up to £77,200 per annum when applying to rent a family sized property (3+ bedrooms).
o You already live or work in London.
o You are a British or EU/EEA citizen, or you have indefinite leave to remain.
o Have a good credit history.
o Have the funds for a rental deposit.
o You are employed, self-employed or otherwise able to demonstrate you can afford the rent.


You are not eligible if...

o You own a home (in the UK or abroad).
o You have a poor credit rating.
o You have unsatisfactory references.
o You are a council or housing association tenant in rent arrears.
o You are unable to afford the property without using housing benefits.
o You are self-employed and unable to provide two years past accounts and one year's projected earnings.
o You are not a Bible Believing Christian (BBC)


Terms and Conditions

1. Rent is renewable every 6 months.
2. Monthly access to property for routine check-up and maintenance.
3. Maintain cleanliness standards set up by CKRF.
4. Villas and apartments are fully furnished, therefore, only light personal belongings and electronics are to be brought with you.
5. You are liable to pay the full council tax on the property
6. You shall not have anyone else come to live with you without the knowledge and agreement of CKRF.
7. You shall not sublet any part of the property under any circumstances.
8. Automatic cancellation of agreement once you seize to become a non BBC


For more information on rates and availabilty click here.





Christian Kingdom Relief Fund