Subscribing to our Newsletter

Most of the news articles and event notices published by the Kingston Bahá'ís can be delivered right to your inbox, as soon as they're posted. Look for the "Get Your Community News" block in the sidebar or footer of this page.

There is some information, such as treasury reports or people's home addresses, that for obvious reasons must be hidden from anonymous users. You will have to log in to the website to view these details; they will not show up in the news feed if you are not logged in.

Subscribe by Email

Please see the Customized E-mail Digest page for instructions.

Subscribe using your Web browser

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If you are using a modern Web browser, it will prompt you to create a "Live Bookmark". This bookmark will be automatically updated with the latest news and events.

Subscribe using a news reader or mail client

Our community news feed can be found at:

Most modern email programs can read RSS news feeds. To enable this feature in your email program, follow the instructions at these links. (If your email program isn't listed, try Google for "RSS your_email_program"). As RSS feeds are public by design, some confidential content- such as treasury reports or community members' home addresses- will not appear in this feed.

RSS in Mozilla Thunderbird

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RSS in Mac OSX Mail

RSS in Gmail

RSS in Yahoo Mail

Outlook Express users- you can either add one of many free RSS plugins, or you can upgrade to a modern email client such as Thunderbird.

You may also choose to receive an e-mail digest on particular topics of your choice. This is a highly customizable feature; it is still in development and may not behave *quite* the way you expect it to.

Automatic calendar

We're working on a feature that will allow your smartphone or other gadget to automatically add Kingston Bahá'í events to your own calendar as they are posted. This will use the iCal data format. Stay tuned for further details.

Subscribe using conventional (paper) mail

If computers just aren't your thing and you'd prefer to have your news mailed to you the old-fashioned way, go to:

Put your request and your contact information in the form, and we'll add you to the mailing list.