As Modern Church enters its 120th anniversary year (it was founded on 27th July 1898), we have much to celebrate: a long history of publishing quality theological work that has both contributed to and, from time to time, shaped the national theological debate, not least in the Church of England.
Modern Church has always been about communication: of ideas, critique, a theological method, and scholarship. How we continue and communicate that heritage and continuing work in a digital age and new context has become a pressing question.
At its annual gathering in Leeds earlier this month, Modern Church Council approved a new communications strategy to take us into that new phase of our history. This includes relaunching with a new logo. You will see it appearing on our website and social media, and across all our publications and resources during April.