Anyone who supports its aims may
apply to join the Society.
If you would like to join all
you need to do is complete an application form and send it to
the Membership Secretary, either by post or by email.
You can download the form as
a Microsoft Word doc
or as a Pdf,
by clicking the type you require.
When you have opened the form
please read the notes carefully before completing it.
If you live in the United
or if you have a UK bank account,
we would prefer you to send in your form by post to the address
indicated on the form, and to pay the appropriate subscription
by enclosing a cheque. This saves the Society the cost of bank
If you do not live in the UK
we ask you to submit your application
form by attaching it to an email to the address indicated on
At the same time you should
pay the appropriate subscription using the PayPal button at
the foot of the navigation bar to the left of the webpage.
If you live in a country where
the Society has a National Co-ordinator contact them to find
out what the subscription rate should be in your own currency:
Denmark : The Rev Ulla Monberg
Finland : The Rev Dr Jaakko
Germany : The Rev Jochen Dallas
Iceland : The Rev Siggi Arnarson
Norway : The Rev Fredrik Ulseth
Sweden : The Ven Richard Wottle
If you live elsewhere in the
world and would like help in calculating what your subscription
should be, or if you have any other queries or difficulties,
contact the Membership Secretary by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
She will be delighted to assist you.
if you live in the USA,
just click here
and follow the links
Free membership is offered to
students preparing for ministry in Anglican and Lutheran churches.
Simply print a copy of the application
form and complete it. Ask a member of staff at your theological
college, course or seminary to countersign it before you send
it to us.
to download the application form (Pdf) and print a copy.
You can download Acrobat Reader here
For any further information e-mail
the Membership Secretary, Mrs Helen Harding at email@example.com