Can I sign the Open Letter if I’m not sure if I count as a ‘member’ of the Church of England?
Probably, yes. There are no strict criteria for being a member of the C of E and no processes you have to go through in order to join. If you have a church connection which is primarily with the Church of England, you can sign the letter even if you’re not a regular worshipper. It’s up to you to decide whether you ought to sign or not.
If you decide that you’re not a member of the C of E, you can still support the Campaign. Soon you will have the option to join our list of supporters, which is open to anyone.
Can I sign the Open Letter if I belong to another Church within the Anglican Communion?
Yes, you can. Simply choose that option on the Sign the Letter page.
Can I sign the Open Letter if I’m a member of a non-Anglican Christian denomination, or if I’m not a Christian?
Sorry, no – the Open Letter is specifically for Anglicans to sign. However, if you belong to another Christian denomination, such as Methodist or Roman Catholic, or to another faith such as Buddhism or Islam, or you have no religious beliefs or adherence, you can still support the Campaign. Soon you will have the option to join our list of supporters, which is open to anyone.