Joining us . . .
Our e-newsletter is free (you can sign up for it here).
. . . but if you – as an individual or organisation – share our aims, to see a secure future for historic religious buildings, perhaps you’d like to support us by becoming a member?
Ordinary Membership is suitable both for individuals and organisations, whether small or large, commercial or not-for-profit. Members are concerned for historic religious buildings of a wide spectrum of faiths and denominations.
Note that membership is not open to government or its agencies (see foot of this page).
The benefits of Ordinary Membership are:
- attend our informative meetings
- play your part in contributing towards the cost of the free e-newsletter
- receive occasional ad hoc briefings on current issues, and influence our thinking where you have expert knowledge
- have access to members’ protected area of website
- ask for your relevant events to be added to our e-newsletter
Most of all, you will be part of an organisation helping people work together for the future of historic religious buildings, and will have an inside track on all the latest developments.
The subscription depend on whether you are an individual or an organisation, and the size and nature of your organisation. The subscription rates are in this pdf: HRBA_subscription_rates_2015 Please note that the subscription rates are remaining the same for 2017.
If you would like to join, or learn more about membership, please contact us, and we will come back to you with details. (This may take a few days.)
For some organisations, we recommend Representative Membership (rather than Ordinary Membership). Representative Membership carries the right to shape a joint response to government consultations, where appropriate. This will be of interest to and appropriate for only a limited number of organisations. If you believe your organisation might wish to play such a role, please let us know.
Government and its agencies
Membership is not open to the Government or its agencies. However some agencies have observer status: please contact us if you think this may be appropriate.