The Heritage Lottery Fund is celebrating 12 years of funding for religious buildings and monuments, which has seen an investment of £392m restore more than 2,600 places.
The medieval Lincoln Cathedral is one building to benefit from grants, receiving £440,000 from the fund.
Some £15.25m from Heritage Lottery Funding is going towards refurbishing St Martin-in-the-Fields in London.
The Audley Chapel at Hereford Cathedral has undergone extensive conservation work.
St. George's Church in central London was restored with a £2.8m grant.
The 18th-century organ of St Botolph's Church in London was restored to historical accuracy, with a £261,000 grant.
St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast also benefited from a £1.6m grant. The fund has confirmed its grants for places of worship will remain a priority for the future.