HEART GOES TO HUNDREDS OF CHURCHES IN OVER 50 COUNTIES
It is the only NON-DENOMINATIONAL LOCAL CHRISTIAN newspaper being delivered directly to nearly 1,000 churches.
We cover churches across the south of England, as well as sending packs to churches, ministries and individuals around the United Kingdom. We have subscribers all over the country who in turn send friends copies. HEART is a ministry with a vision; it celebrates Christians’ achievements, but has a prophetic edge and appeals to those who pray for the nation.
Print run: 27,000 Readership: mature churchgoers
Heart’s vision is to see local Christians unified and strengthened, sharing information and building trust across churches by providing a meeting place, a market place and forum for the local Christian community. We also aim to inform and stimulate concern about local and national issues relevant to our society.
Our advertising rates have been the same since March 2015, so book now before they go up in line with increased paper and postage prices.
Adverts placed in the paper can also feature on our website.
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Agency discount: 10%.
Series discounts if full series paid in advance: 2 = 5%, 3=10%, 4= 15%, 5=20% 6=25%. Series discount if paid per issue for five issues: sixth is free.
Non-ticket-charging one-off ministry events may also attract a discount.
Inserts up to 12 grams and A4: £81 per 1,000.
Weight surcharge (g) up to 25g: £3.85, 26-50g: £1.50.
Positioning surcharge: 20% Advertorial surcharge: 20%.
VAT is not chargeable as at August 2019.
Please supply adverts as pdf or an eps (Resolution for images 300dpi at 100%. All fonts embedded or as outlines). Colours must be CMYK for full colour adverts, otherwise greyscale. Please download one of our templates from this site.
Please note that all our pages are colour.
We can also design your advertisement, ranging from £25 for 1/16 to £100 for a full page. You will then have a pdf you can use again – remember to ask us for it though!