The Inquirer

The Inquirer

At a glance


  • Faith and ethics
  • Local / community

Other details

Geographical remit: 
National - Britain


The Inquirer is the longest-lived non-conformist paper. The first issue was published on 9 July 1842. The Inquirer seeks to serve the Unitarian movement as a whole, as well as congregations and individuals, by being the voice of British and Irish Unitarianism, providing a fortnightly platform for news, views and information.

The Inquirer Publishing Company (2004) was registered as a private company limited by guarantee on 13 November 2003.  It is also a registered charity.  The publication is published fortnightly, except in August and December when a double issue is produced.

Our current editor is M Colleen Burns.  The paper is managed by The Inquirer Board, whose members are also trustees of the charity.  Find out more on our website.


Still published each fortnight, it is the voice of the British and Irish Unitarians and Free Christians. It contains Unitarian news predominantly within the UK, reflective words, articles on contemporary matters and letters to the editor

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