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How do I become a member of the Evangelical Alliance?

Joining the Evangelical Alliance is easy. To become an individual member click here. To become a member church click here. To become a member organisation click here.

How do I renew my membership?

Renewing your membership is easy. Just visit our renewal pages.

How do I set up an online membership account?

To set up your online membership account, click the​‘register your account’ button at the top right of any page. You’ll need your membership number to hand and the email address that you gave us when you became a member.

How can I update my contact details?

You can update details like your address, email address and phone number through your online account. If you are a church or organisation member, you can also update your primary contact and/​or senior minister details this way. 

Once your online account has been registered, you access it through the Login’ button at the top right of any page.

If you are having trouble updating your details, please let us know by email membership@​eauk.​org or phone 020 7520 3830.

What are the advantages of becoming a member?

As a member of the Evangelical Alliance you gain access to some exclusive perks of membership. You can find out more about your membership exclusives here: eauk​.org/​m​e​m​b​e​r​s​h​i​p​/​b​e​n​efits.

How can I increase my giving?

  • If you are giving by direct debit and would like to increase your giving please email membership@​eauk.​org
  • If you re giving via standing order, you can make changes at your bank branch or on your internet banking account. Please do inform us if you make changes to your giving.
  • You can set up a new direct debit at eauk​.org/​m​e​m​b​e​rship

I have applied to become a church or organisation member. How long does the process take?

The process to become a church or organisation member takes on average one to three months. This allows time to contact and hear back from the referees listed on your application form, to process your completed Direct Debit form, and to receive final confirmation from the membership committee. You can read more about the process for churches here and for organisations here.

My church would like to apply for membership, but it has not been established for two years. Can we still apply?

Our church plant membership is the best option for churches that have been established for less than two years and planted from an established Evangelical Alliance member church. You can find out more about our church plant membership here.

I would like to invite an Evangelical Alliance speaker to my church, event or Sunday service. How can I do this?

We love to visit our member churches and organisations. You can read more about our speakers and request one here.

I have a joint membership with my husband or wife. Why are the regular emails that we signed up for only sent and addressed to one of us?

We have recently moved to a new system and, due to the way we record our data, can only address our emails to individual contacts within a joint membership.

If you have a joint membership and wish to receive regular emails from us, you will both need to sign up separately here using different email addresses.

I have a complaint about the Evangelical Alliance, or an Evangelical Alliance member church or organisation. How can I share this with you?

We are open to hearing and responding to complaints about the Evangelical Alliance, as well as our member churches and organisations. It is worth noting, however, that we do not have regulatory powers over our members nor the legal authority to investigate our members. 

If you have a complaint, please email membership@​eauk.​org and we will direct your concern onto our complaints and/​or safeguarding leads.

How can I find an Evangelical Alliance member church close to where I’m based?

Our Find a church’ tool is ideal for finding a nearby Evangelical Alliance member church. Simply input your postcode and all the churches in this area will appear.

My church is a member of the Evangelical Alliance, but doesn’t seem to be listed on the Find a church’ tool?

All our church and church plants are listed on our Find a church’ tool unless you have asked not to be. If you cannot find your church listed on our Find a Church tool, please email us at membership@​eauk.​org so that we can look into this for you.

Does the Evangelical Alliance offer membership for multisite churches? How does this work? 

Multi-site churches meet in more than one location and generally share the same name, centralised administration and overarching leadership. If your church is interested in applying for membership as a multi-site, please email us at membership@​eauk.​org to discuss your application. 

If you are already a member church but have several sites, we’d be grateful if you could get in touch to ensure that we hold the most up-to-date details for your church and can add all your sites to our Find a Church’ tool. 

I would like to unsubscribe from Evangelical Alliance emails. How can I do this?

You can manage which communications you receive from the Evangelical Alliance by scrolling to the end of any email you receive from us and clicking Update your preferences’. 

The membership for my church or organisation lapsed a while ago. Do we need to re-apply for membership?

If your church or organisation’s membership has lapsed within a certain amount of time, we can most likely just re-activate your membership. In some cases, however, we will need to ask you to re-apply for membership. Please get in touch with the membership team at membership@​eauk.​org to discuss your options. 

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