Members and Benefactors
Join Art and Christianity as a member or benefactor and be part of our network
The membership of Art and Christianity is vital to continuing our work so please join and support us.
Member benefits include:
a complimentary copy of our publication, Contemporary Art in British Churches, as a welcome gift
four quarterly copies of our flagship magazine Art and Christianity
invitations to exclusive members' events
discounted prices and priority booking on public events
You can buy membership or renew your existing membership using the online shop below or, if you'd prefer to send a cheque, please download this form and post to us.
Become a Benefactor
If you are able to give more, why not join A+C as a Benefactor. This new level of support will enable us to develop new projects as well as continuing our current work. It will also help A+C to become more sustainable.
Benefactors receive membership benefits as well as:
A private tour of the winning art award entry or a similar venue for newly commissioned art
Acknowledgement on our website and in the quarterly journal
An exclusive invitation for you and a guest to the A+C Awards prize-giving event
A free copy of the winning publication of the A+C International Book Award
and an annual report on how your donation supports A + C's vital work
Support us - make a donation
If you are able to support our activities with a donation, large or small, please click on the button above.
US donors can use the CAFAmerica scheme for tax deductions.
Please also consider remembering Art and Christianity in your will. Legacies of all sizes, large and small, make a real difference to what we can do and form an important source of funding for our work.
Thank you for your support.
Buy Art and Christianity cards
Rona Smith's work Power of Two was short-listed for the 2015 ACE awards and derives from Islamic architectural design. Each card is 7" x 5" and carries a short description of the work on the back; the inside is left blank.
Banner image: Rose Finn-Kelcey, Angel, 2004 at St Paul's Bow Common