The Society for Church Archaeology Annual Conference
Each year, the Society holds a two/three-day academic conference on a theme pertaining to church archaeology, which also incorporates the AGM for the Society. Conferences are held in the autumn, most often in September, and any member of the Society or outside interested party is welcome and encouraged to attend. Conference information is always sent out to members in our summer newsletter, but the earliest and most up-to-date information will be posted on the website. Conference programmes and booking forms can be found here and downloaded.
The final programme and registration information are now available for the 2022 conference, entitled 'International Perspectives on Church Archaeology'. It will take place on Sat 17th Sept, and will be held online. The conference will be free for SCA members and £10 for non-members.
Each year, we are able to offer up to four student bursaries covering the conference fees. Please contact Becky Clark if you are interested in applying for a bursary.
Movement in the Ecclesiastical Landscape: online, Sept 17-18, 2021
The Archaeology of Burials, Churchyards, and their Contexts: St Albans, Sept 27-29, 2019
The Commemoration of Conflict: Hull, Sept 14-16, 2018
The Articulation of Light and Space in Churches: Worcester, Sept 15-17, 2017
Church and Industry: Canterbury, Sept 2-4, 2016
Churches and Settlement: Rural Churches and Medieval Landscapes: Leicester, Sept 4-6, 2015
The Archaeology of Early Christianity: Chester, Sept 6-7, 2014
The Romanesque Church in Gloucester: Gloucester, Sept. 7-8, 2013
Making Christian Landscapes: Conversion and Consolidation in the Early Middle Ages: Cork, Sept. 21-23, 2012
One-day Workshop: The Medieval Church in Context: Thetford, July 28th, 2012
Churches and the Sea: Chichester, Sept. 2-4, 2011
Documenting Destruction in Yorkshire: the Dispersal of Monastic Artefacts: York, Sept. 17-19, 2010
Romans and the Romanesque in Lincoln and Lincolnshire: Lincoln, Sept. 25-27, 2009
The Archaeology of Post-Medieval Religion: Norwich, Sept. 12-14, 2008
Changing Patterns in Scottish Church Landscapes: Edinburgh, Sept. 28th-30th, 2007
Precincts, Parks and Ruins: the Archaeology of Ecclesiastical Landscapes: Exeter, Sept. 15th-17th, 2006
The Archaeology of the Anglo-Saxon Church: Jarrow, Sept. 30th-Oct. 2nd, 2005
The Archaeology of Early Medieval Celtic Churches, c.400-1100: Bangor, Sept. 9th-12th, 2004
The Archaeology of Church Interiors: Winchester, Sept. 20th-21st, 2003