How to subscribe to the Church News in print and online

Here are all the ways you can keep up-to-date with the Church News in print, via email newsletters, online and on mobile

Want to keep up-to-date with the Church News? Whether in print, on your computer or on your phone, here’s how you can subscribe to the Church News.


The Church News print edition is available with a Deseret News subscription for as low as $4.40 per week and is mailed direct to homes 52 times per year.

The subscription also includes Deseret, a magazine published 10 times per year.

Contact 801-204-6100 or for more information about subscribing to the Deseret News.


All Church News articles published since 1988 are available online at Many articles are also available in Spanish and Portuguese. Search the archives through the search bar located in the menu at the top right of the page.

Church News content is available on the following social media platforms:

English: TheChurchNews
Spanish: ChurchNewsEspanol
Portuguese: ChurchNewsPortugues

English: @the_churchnews
Spanish: @churchnewses
Portuguese: @churchnewspt

English: @thechurchnews
Spanish: @churchnewsespanol
Portuguese: @churchnewsportugues

English: @churchnewsenglish


The Church News offers two email subscriptions: Church News Today and This Week in Church News. Sign up for the email newsletters at to receive Church News content in your inbox daily and/or every Tuesday.


Download the Church News app from the App Store or from Google Play. The app is available with content in English, Spanish and Portuguese.


Subscribe to the Church News podcast on Apple PodcastsAmazonGoogle Podcasts, Spotify, bookshelf PLUS or wherever you get podcasts.


Watch and subscribe to Church News videos and Church News Today at and Church News videos are also at or in the Church News app under the media tab.

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