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Welcome to The Congregationalist!

Established in 1849, The Congregationalist, Magazine of the Congregational Way, has been published continuously since 1958 by the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches.

 

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The Congregationalist is published in March, June, September, and December. It is posted on this site as a PDF file, and as a glossy color print magazine is sent free of charge to NACCC member churches, and to individuals or families who belong to NACCC churches and request the magazine by contacting the editor.


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Current Issue

Editor's Round Table
By supporting The Congregationalist with a gift of $100 or more per year, you become a member of the Editor's Round Table. Giving at this level helps keep the magazine in print!

Editor's Round Table members receive the editor's personal thanks, an attractive bookmark honoring their gift, an annual written report, and an in-person oral report--with Q&A period--at the Editor's Round Table dinner during the NACCC Annual Meeting and Conference.

Donors may be Sustaining Members ($100 or more) or may be members of the Elias Smith Connexion ($250 or more), the Edward Beecher Society ($500 or more), or the Henry Martyn Dexter Society ($1,000 or more).


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