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Read the Church Times on your iPhone or iPad

Our iOS app allows you to:

  • Download each week's issue to read offline
  • Read cover-to-cover
  • Search for specific news stories, features, jobs and appointments
  • Easily share articles via email and Twitter

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App-only subscriptions are also available, starting at £6.99 for one month's access.

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Church Times Festival Guide

Church Times Festival Guide App 

Your guide to Christian arts, literature and events from the Church Times - now available as an app for iPhone and iPad.

The free app features insider tips on what not miss at Greenbelt and the Bloxham Festival, reviews and extracts from the best new Christian books, interviews with artists and writers, and a host of other content from Church Times and magnet.

The app updates each month - keep a look out for Dave Walker's (reasonably accurate) Greenbelt map this summer!

 

Festival app   

> Download the Church Times Festival Guide for free from the App Store.

 

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