Non Members

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Non members and non subscribers can download a copy of The Church of England Newspaper and view the entire website by becoming a Day Member. Day Members receive 7 days access to the site, inlcuding the newspaper downloads page.

Day Member – £2 for 7 days access


Full Member – £35 per year


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Please note: You can view back copies from 4 November 2012 online.
To order a back issue older than this, please contact:

17 Responses to "Non Members"

  1. David Welch   28/04/2015 at 16:01

    I am wanting to subscribe online as a Day Member

    • CEN   29/04/2015 at 12:30

      Thanks, you can do that online

  2. David Welch   01/05/2015 at 12:25

    I tried to subscribe to online for one year but id wouldn’t accept my card details

    • CEN   01/05/2015 at 14:47

      We are investigating…

  3. Ros   03/12/2015 at 16:57

    The list price for a year is £25, but when I clicked through to Paypal the price was set at £35.

    • CEN   03/12/2015 at 17:01

      Thanks for the message. We are looking into this, but can you tell us where the price was listed at £25?

  4. David Jones   21/03/2016 at 07:57

    I’m an Ordinand studing in London, is it true we get Subscription free? How does one go about sorting this?

    • CEN   07/04/2016 at 16:54

      Yes, but only to the online edition. Please send your course details and email address to who will be happy to set that up for you

  5. James Butterworth   18/05/2016 at 15:14

    Hi. I’m trying to find an article that ran in the CofE newspaper in August 1956, concerning the fundraising activities of (Methodist) Rev. James Butterworth on his American Tours during the 1950s. Are the original articles from this long ago likely to be available in your archives? Many thanks. James.

  6. M.E. Farris, II.   25/06/2016 at 20:59

    Oh Thank you, God! I lived in London in 1960. One of only 58 US Army Personnel serving in all of England, at that time. I was treated so rudely by the general population, jeered at, called a, “Joe,” and ridiculed on the streets, when wearing my WWII “ODs” with an Eisenhower Jacket. I said then, “How the did England ever field an Army? Were ALL the Real Men of England, KILLED in WWII?” All I saw was a bunch of, “wimpy males,” hanging together like, “boyfriends,” in pubs. I believed that, until 23 June 2016! I cried with JOY, when the Vote was announced on Texas TV. I now believe there are still 10s of thousands of Real Englishmen, with cajunas. I stood in my living room and sang the, “Doxology,” upon hearing how God has Blessed the people of England, with FREEDOM from Belgium and all other nations! Praise God from whom all Blessings Flow ! M.E.Farris, II., Edgewood, Texas

  7. David Bulgin   17/01/2017 at 15:49

    David Bulgin

    From David Bulgin, 2a Ransom Road, Woodbridge. IP12 4JU

    I subscibe to the CEN by post. I’m trying to find out a bit more about Alan Edwards – article on page 12 of current issue. Can you help, please?

    • CEN   17/01/2017 at 15:55

      Alan Edwards is an Anglican layman who runs a bookshop in the West Country

  8. John   21/04/2017 at 12:40

    I would like to purchase a Day Membership of CEN but am having some difficulty.

    When I click of the Buy Now option I am taken to the PayPal page where I can log in. I do not know what I should do after that.

    Can you help me please?

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  11. Margaret Armstrong   30/11/2017 at 00:27

    Does Andrew Carey have an email address?

    • CEN   04/01/2018 at 10:13

      We can’t give out email addresses, but if you send it to we will forward your message


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