A whole range of clergymen appear in Austen's novels. Were they mostly good or bad clergymen? How was each one unique?
What was it like to be a Baptist in Austen's Anglican-dominated England?
Hugh Thomson drew delightful illustrations of clergyman Mr. Collins.
In Austen's England, people sat in box pews with their families, surrounded by walls. Why did they do that, and what was it like?
A popular cartoon of Austen's time exposes some of the problems of the church and clergy in Austen's England.
Miss Austen: A Novel by Gill Hornby reimagines Cassandra Austen's life, and shows us the choices made by clergymen's daughters in Austen's England.
A series of six historical novels explore exciting events in the church of Austen's England.
Jane Austen's Bath was full of places of worship. Which ones might Austen (and her characters) have attended and known?
Austen and her characters worshiped using a liturgy, The Book of Common Prayer. What is it like to read those prayers daily?
Evangelicals in the Church of England set out to reform the manners, or moral behavior, of a whole country. Did they succeed?