Join Green Christian


Becoming a Member of Green Christian

By becoming a member you will be supporting our work, receiving publications which you can use in your church, and having the opportunity to share ideas in “CELINK” Green Christian Members’ Email discussion group.

More details of the benefits of Joining Green Christian, and it’s different membership categories can be found on the Membership Information page.

To join Green Christian and pay by cheque or standing order

please download and complete the postal membership form. It is best for us if you pay by standing order which is also a little cheaper for you.

Please post the form to:    Green Christian  Membership Secretary, Flat 1, 31 St James Terrace, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6HS.

 

To join Green Christian and pay with credit/debit card or CAF over the internet,

please download and complete this membership application form electronically and send as an attachment to the Membership Secretary and pay the money due at Green Christian’s donate page.

Digital Membership

Several members have asked to receive the Magazine in pdf format rather than as paper copy.  Please let us know if you would prefer it this way. The cost of digital membership is the same as for “hard copy membership” –

For a limited period GC is offering two year free electronic membership to ordinands and ministers in training.

 

Tell us about yourself

If members are willing to give us their interests and specialties those are kept on a database, it helps us when we need to find expertise in a particular area.  Please download and return the form: Green Christian Response Form

Thank you for your support

We depend on our members’ subscriptions to finance Green Christian’s publications and activities. Our low income concessionary rate is not for any particular category such as pensioners. It is for those members who cannot afford the full subscription.

What do I get as a Green Christian member? See the Membership Information page.

For all membership enquiries please contact our membership secretary, Richard Kierton.