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What is a community subscription?

With a community subscription, you can manage everyone’s access to Ligonier Connect in one place, allowing your community to focus on studying God’s Word while you save with a special rate.

A community subscription enables you to add multiple people to your Ligonier Connect subscription, whether family members, friends, students, or church members. Anyone you include has their own Ligonier Connect account and complete access to all courses and features.

What does it cost?

Community subscription pricing is affordable for communities of all sizes:

Monthly cost per person

Annual cost per person

2–9 people



10–49 people



50–124 people



125–249 people



250 or more people



How do I create a community subscription?

If you already have an active Ligonier Connect subscription, you can easily upgrade to a community subscription.

If you don't already have a subscription:

  1. Visit our Subscribe page and choose either a monthly or annual term.

  2. Select the "Yourself and others" option and enter the number of "seats" you'd like to purchase. This number represents how many people you want to include in your community subscription. You will also see the price.

  3. Give a name to your community that your members will recognize when you invite them (e.g., "Grace Church Small Group" or "Johnson Family").

  4. If you're not signed in to Ligonier Connect, select "Continue" to sign in or to create a new account. Once signed in, select "Subscribe" to go to checkout.

  5. Review your subscription details, add a promotion code (if applicable) and payment information, and select "Subscribe" to complete your purchase.

How do I upgrade my individual subscription to a community subscription?

Upgrade from an individual to a community subscription at any time by adding more seats to your subscription.

  1. While signed in, open your profile and select "Manage subscription."

  2. A new page will open. Under Billing, select "Update plan" then "Update quantity."

  3. Change the number to reflect the number of people you'd like to include in your subscription and confirm.

How do I invite someone to join my community subscription?

  1. Navigate to your Home page and select the "Teach" tab.

  2. Select your group under "Your community groups."

  3. Press the "Add members" button.

  4. Enter the email address of each person you would like to invite to join your subscription plan. Once they accept the email invite, they will be automatically added to your community subscription and have full access to Ligonier Connect.

How do I add someone to my community subscription who already has their own personal subscription?

  1. Have them cancel their existing subscription. They will retain access under their own subscription through the end of the current monthly or annual billing cycle.

  2. Invite them to join your community subscription as you normally would, using the steps above. Their access will automatically continue on your community subscription when their personal subscription reaches the end of its billing cycle.

Can I invite someone who doesn't yet have a Ligonier Connect account?

Yes, when a user accepts the invitation to join your community subscription, they will be prompted to create a Ligonier Connect account. Once created, they will gain full access to Ligonier Connect for as long as they are a part of your community subscription.

How do I remove someone from my community subscription?

You can add or remove seats, invite new members, or edit your community group name anytime under the community group settings.

  1. Navigate to your Home page and select the "Teach" tab.

  2. Select your group under "Your community groups."

  3. Select the ellipsis icon to the right of the member you'd like to remove, select "Remove from group," and confirm.

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