How do I contact Anglican Journal circulation?
Circulation Assistant—Mirella Ross, ext. 259
Mail: 80 Hayden St., Toronto, ON M4Y 3G2
Who is entitled to receive Anglican Journal?
All financial contributors to the Anglican Church of Canada are entitled to receive Anglican Journal and the diocesan newspaper that serves their parish. Every parish in Canada has a subscription list of names and addresses of parishioners who qualify to receive the newspapers. Each parish receives a copy of its list to review once a year; parishes
How is my diocesan newspaper distributed?
There are 19 diocesan newspapers that cover 24 dioceses across Canada. Each diocesan newspaper is delivered as an insert to Anglican Journal.
How can my name be added to the subscription list?
If you are attending and contributing to an Anglican church in Canada, your name will be added to your parish’s subscription listing. Just fill in this form or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add a subscription in your name.
What can I do about missed or damaged issues?
Contact us and we will send you a replacement copy by first class mail. (Anglican Journal publishes ten times per year, with no issues in July or August.)
How can I change my delivery address?
You can use the online form or contact Anglican Journal and provide your account number and new address. If you don’t have your account number, please provide your old and new addresses so that we can update your subscription. Our labels are prepared well in advance, so the best time to change your address is when you have just received a new issue. Otherwise, it may take a few weeks for your address change to take effect.
How can I find my subscription account number?
Your subscription identification number can be found on all issues of the Anglican Journal above your name on your mailing label. It is the four- to six-digit number listed after “ID#.”