Keep in Touch
On this page you can find different methods for keeping in touch with PCN Britain.
Become a member
PCN is a membership organisation. Members receive PCN’s quarterly publication, Progressive Voices, and are entitled to a discount on conferences organised by PCN Britain, of which there are at least three a year. We also have regular updates for members from the chair, John Churcher. Membership costs £30 a year or £15 for those on limited incomes. You can join here.
The income from membership allows us to support our network of affiliated groups and to run our website. It helps us to invest in new resources such as study guides and recordings which are made available to both groups and churches to aid exploration of a progressive approach to Christian faith.
Contribute to our forum
Anyone can become a contributor to the public forum pages on this website. If you wish to contribute then you’ll need to register with this website, which you can do using the Register option at the top of each page. Registration is not required simply to read the forum pages.
Stay in touch by email
Perhaps you are not ready to join PCN but would like to be reminded of our existence occasionally and to be told what conferences and publications are on offer. This twice a year newsletter will ensure that you don’t lose touch. All you need to provide is your name and email address. This facility is not yet ready. It will be activated soon.
RSS feeds allow you to be notified when new information is published on the website. You can chose which pages interest you most. For example you could chose to be notified when your local group has something new. Or you can chose to be notified when there is something new in the News, Blogs or Events pages. View the RSS Feeds
PCN is on Facebook. You can find us here.
Make a donation
If you like what we are doing and wish to make a one-off donation, this link will allow you to use PayPal or a card to send us some money.
Join us in supporting the Charter for Compassion
PCN has no hesitation in linking our endeavours to this wider movement for compassion founded by Karen Armstrong, which links together all religions, spiritual movements and those who hold no faith but simply value love. To mark our tenth anniversary in 2013 we signed the Charter for Compassion and now, as an organisation, we have become a Partner of the Charter. If you believe in compassion and reconciliation then please consider adding your name to the Charter for Compassion. You can read more about the Charter and how to sign it here