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Membership of the Theosophical Society in England is applied for through a local group (Lodge or Centre) or directly via Headquarters as a National Member.

You are encouraged to join and participate in events at the TSE branch near you if there is one, and they will be happy to help with your application. There is an annual subscription fee. Branches set their own subscription rates based on the National rate, but these are not expensive, and are generally between £20 & £40.

Local branches can be found here…

Residents of countries outside England should contact the National Section of their country of residence on the Adyar website or, if there is no National Section, apply directly to the International Secretary at Adyar.

If you wish to apply for membership directly to the English Section headquarters, or if you have any further enquiries concerning membership, please contact the Membership Registrar Barry Thompson for further information

Application Form 

The Theosophical Society in England
50 Gloucester Place
London  WIU 8EA.
(please make your cheque payable to The Theosophical Society in England)

Financial hardship is not a barrier to membership and applicants who genuinely cannot afford the subscription may make an application in confidence to the National President at Headquarters in writing.


The Benefits of Joining


The benefits of membership include: the fellowship of like-minded people, free copies of the Society’s journal three times per year, discounts (usually) on events organised by the Society. You will also have the privilege of belonging to a tried and tested Organisation which has been bringing the Great Esoteric Truths to the Western World for 130 years. We welcome anyone who is in sympathy with Our Three Objects which are:

  1. To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of humanity without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or colour.
  2. To encourage the study of comparative religion, philosophy and science.
  3. To investigate unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in man.

Data Privacy Members’ data is stored subject to UK Data Protection laws. The Society’s policy is not to share its membership data with any organisations outside the group of companies which it wholly controls: The Foundation for Theosophical Studies and the English Theosophical Trust.