Christian Research is a charity and could not operate without donations to support its work, particularly work like the Religious Trends resource on this website. Please condsider supporting Christian Research by becoming a member. Our members are people and organisations who are interested in, and largely benefit from, the research we do.
Mindful of the different needs and interests of individuals, organisations and the media, we offer a range of different memberships.
Here is a brief description of the various membership levels, please also see the 'membership benefit table' which gives a summary of the respective benefits of each level.
Partners help shape the nature of our research, advise on the most relevant areas of focus, and work with us to make our research available, accessible and user-friendly. Realistically, we can only have a small number of partners, so do please speak to us first if you are interested in this opportunity.
Sponsors are supportive friends who enable us to do the research that needs doing. They trust us to provide relevant and credible insights, but recognise that we need their support to succeed.
Associates tend to be organisations that want access to what we produce - a trusted and objective research resource they can rely on and that they are happy to pay for.
Group members are small groups of individuals such as churches or university departments that want to keep up to date with the research that we conduct, relying on us to publish insightful and relevant research.
Individual members are people who want to keep abreast of relevant research reports and statistics, and want to support the work that Christian Research does.
As a Christian Research Member you will support, and even help define the work that we do. We will keep in touch with you through regular publications such as Quadrant, In Touch, and Research Brief.
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