Become a partner with The Westminster Assembly Project as it works to establish a digital library of readable, accurate, and searchable texts by the Westminster Assembly and its members, freely available to students, researchers, and general readers.
Be a Transcriber
The Project especially relies on volunteers to help in transcribing the hundreds of available early printed texts and manuscripts by participants of the Westminster Assembly.
If you are interested in contributing a few hours of your time to the Westminster Assembly Project by transcribing a modest portion of a printed text (typically 10-15 small quarto pages) please review the transcription sample, the Instructions for Transcribers, and the transcribing agreement. If you would like to request a transcription assignment or have a question please contact us for more information. Requests for larger assignments or whole works are certainly welcome. If you have experience or an interest in manuscript transcription, please contact us about available manuscript material.
Other ways to Contribute
If you would like to financially support the WAP’s on-going work to provide greater access and understanding into the documents and writings of the assembly and its members, please consider making a donation of any size to the Westminster Assembly Project.
For tax-deductible donations in the United States, please send to: