There are several Unitarian magazines and periodicals, covering a wide range of issues. Please see below for descriptions, websites and contact details.

The Inquirer

The oldest Nonconformist journal still published in Britain, the Inquirer, published every fortnight, is for honest inquiry in matters of faith.

Website and contact details


Editor: Colleen Burns
Tel: (01603) 505 281

Administrator: James Barry
Tel: (01273) 844 940

Registered Address: The Inquirer, Essex Hall, 1-6 Essex Street, LONDON, WC2R 3HY

Faith and Freedom

A journal of progressive religion. Two issues annually, published Spring and Autumn. World circulation to ministers and laity.

Website and contact details

Editor: Rev David Steers
Available from the Business Manager: Mr N. Clarke.
Address: 16 Fairfields, Kirton in Lindsey, Gainsborough, DN21 4GA.
Agent for US and Canada: Edwin Godfrey, 12706 42nd Ave NE, Seattle WA 98125 4623, USA.

The Unitarian

A monthly magazine established in 1903, now published by the Manchester District Association. 

Contact details

Editor: Fran Pickering

Administrator: Rachel Skelton


Yr Ymofynnydd

Established in 1847. A long-standing publication in Welsh. Three editions per year.


Articles for inclusion should be sent to: Dylan Iorwerth, Penynant, Llanwnnen, Llanbedr Pont Steffan, Ceredigion, SA48 7JY. Email:

League Letter

Published by the Women's League six times a year. 


National Unitarian Fellowship Newsletter & Viewpoint

Published six times a year and sent free to all members of the National Unitarian Fellowship. Free trial membership of NUF offered, including sample copies of the Newsletter and Viewpoint. 


The Non–subscribing Presbyterian

The organ of the Non–Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland. Published monthly.

Contact details

Editor and Business Manager: Ian Crozier, 185 Alexandra Park Avenue, Belfast BT15 3GB. Tel: (07702) 974 892. Email:


Since January 2005, Oscailt has become the monthly magazine for Irish Unitarians. Originally it was the Dublin calendar, first published 1890, but due to popular demand by non members this new format was born and continues to grow and flourish.

Website and Contact details

Tel: (00353) 1 478 0638

Registered Address: Dublin Unitarian Church, 112 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.