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If you can, please use the form below as it helps ensure we have the right information and you get through to the correct members of our team. If you need to call or email, details are at the bottom of this page.

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Before making an enquiry, you may find it useful and quicker to look at our help section:

Please note: before you receive a login or can apply, we need to verify your eligibility. This manual process can take up to 10 working days, after which you will receive a username and password so you can login and apply.


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Clergy Support Trust Library, in partnership with SPCK/IVP

The Clergy Support Trust eBook library is available to Anglican ordinands, curates and relevant support staff in the Diocese and TEIs. Ordinands and curates need a code to access it, which are available from your DDO or IME2 officer, and also in Moodle (where relevant):

You can access the Library through the website (where you can browse all available titles without logging in) and through Clergy Support Library apps for Apple iOS and Google Android devices.


If you have a technical issue, including subscription renewal or account access, please raise it via Library Support.

Alongside visits to areas where the Trust provides support, we have two annual events:

If you represent a Diocese, NCI or TEI, please have had a look at our Diocesan support, which includes information for emails, websites and a form to request resources.

Festival of Clergy Support Trust
The 369th Festival Service will be held on Tuesday 7 May 2024. Doors at St Paul’s Cathedral will open at 4pm and you are requested to be seated by 4:45pm for processions. It is free to attend. Groups of over 10 people should contact for ticketing arrangements.


The 342nd Festival Dinner has moved to Plaisterers’ Hall, immediately after the Service. It is an opportunity to learn more about where the Trust is going and be active in supporting clergy households. The suggested dinner contribution is £75 per person. Dietary requirements will be requested closer to the time.


Book your Service and Dinner tickets

Donating/Supporting our work
Thank you for considering a donation or supporting Clergy Support Trust in another way.


You can do so in several ways, found under our ‘Donate’ menu, including giving online and Gift Aid declarations. Forms are also available if you wish to become a Governor or a Steward.


We look forward to your support so that we can serve clergy households throughout the UK and Ireland.


Governance, Press, Office and other general enquiries. This option reaches our External Relations team.

If your enquiry is about logging in (usernames, passwords), applying or other issues relating to a Grant or Service, then please choose ‘Grants & Services’ from the ‘Asking About’ dropdown above. That will connect you with our Charitable Services team.

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