Since its foundation as the Cambridge Camden Society in 1839, the Society has published tracts and journals under a number of titles. Some of the earliest individual tracts have been re-published as ‘Temples … worthy of His presence’: the early publications of the Cambridge Camden Society, edited by Christopher Webster (Spire Books Ltd, 2003). These include some of the most important tracts to have influenced British church architecture.
Available through this website are links to most editions of The Ecclesiologist (1841-1867), The Transactions of the St Paul’s Ecclesiological Society (1881-1905) and the Newsletter (1980-1993).
All editions of our current journal, Ecclesiology Today, are available here, beginning in 1993. They are posted to members of the Society and are then made available on the website two years in arrears.
Finally, you can also download copies of several books published by the Society.
Collectively, these are a valuable resource for historians and all those interested in church history, architecture and liturgy.
The downloads are here.
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