Church Building & Heritage Review's editorial team welcomes contributions of a non-commercial nature and will try, as space allows, to accommodate such contributions.
Architects are invited to submit details of all building projects for possible inclusion in Church Building magazine; submissions should include a selection of good quality photographs, drawings if applicable and approximately 800-1000 words, the project profile appears free of charge.
Church Building’s varied and eclectic features bring you the latest ecclesiastical architectural articles, as well as art events. We aim to showcase art news, events, exhibitions and all things pertaining to art either in church or with an ecclesiastical theme in order to stimulate our readers and to keep them up to date with the world of religious art in all its forms. If you are involved with or know of events, exhibitions, or even individuals whose lives and careers you feel would be of interest to the readers of Church Building please don’t hesitate to contact us and discuss your ideas.
If you are planning to send a contribution, it is advisable to contact assistant editor Michael Winterbottom at
Tel: 0044 (0)161 488 1763
Hard copy print/slides or electronic images will also be considered but when sending electronically they must adhere to the following format – be sent separately from any text and in jpg, tif or eps format
(preferably 300 d.p.i resolution).
(While every reasonable care will be taken, neither Church Building nor its agents accept liability for loss, damage or accident to colour transparancies or any other material submitted to the magazine.)
"Church Building goes from strength to strength. The huge range of subject matter provides an absorbing read and the quality of illustrations is excellent. Anyone interested in churches ancient or modern or working in the field will find the magazine fascinating. Its editorial support for Queen Elizabeth Scholars working on ecclesiastical projects ranging from stonecarving to stained glass is much appreciated."
Christine Lea, Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust
"Church Building is indispensable reading for people involved in church heritage and church development and for those looking for guidance and practical ideas.
Over the years the presentation of material and quality of illustration has improved dramatically. There is much rewarding coverage of projects abroad. Contemporary issues are addressed in detail and in depth."
Dr Jennifer M Freeman
Historic Chapels Trust
"Church Building is a leading ecclesiastical publication in the UK and highly respected by my architectural clients who work in this sector. Both the publication and the team are extremely professional and the quality of the articles and images is outstanding. The magazine is a great marketing tool to architects in this field."
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