Quoting from and publishing Mystery Worshipper reports

Would you like to quote extracts from Mystery Worshipper reports – or even a whole report? Here’s how.

Church magazines or websites

If you’re running a not-for-profit church magazine or church website, you can go ahead and publish a single Mystery Worship report in part or full without contacting Ship of Fools for permission. However, you must include the following paragraph either at the beginning or end of your feature, and in the case of websites, make a click-link to this address…


Please copy and paste this paragraph for your feature:

The Mystery Worshipper, which produced this report, is run by shipoffools.com, the online magazine of Christian unrest. Mystery Worshippers are volunteers who visit churches of all denominations worldwide, leaving a calling card in the collection plate and posting a first-timer’s impression of services on Ship of Fools. For further reports, visit the Mystery Worshipper at: shipoffools.com.

If you would like permission to publish more than one Mystery Worshipper report in your church publication or website, please write to the editor at the address below.

Non-church publications or websites

All non-church publications or websites (whether commercial or non-commercial) must request permission for use of Mystery Worship reports. Please email the editor.

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