About Keep the Faith ® magazine
Keep The Faith is acknowledged by the general media as ‘Britain’s leading publication about Black and minority-ethnic faith’, and is considered the most effective vehicle for reaching BME communities nationwide.
Keep The Faith magazine promotes family values, provides this community with a voice, highlights the need for unity, provides inspirational and aspirational news, and creates a better understanding in an ever-changing environment.
In print since2005
Issues per year6
Editor in Chief
Shirley McGreal FCMI is the founder, publisher, Editor in Chief of Keep The Faith magazine, Keep The Faith Network and the Keep The Faith directory. Shirley is also the former CEO of the Voice Newspaper Group.
Shirley is one of the most recognizable persons in the UK’s Black publishing industry, with over 20 years of experience.
Look inside and see the editorial content of Keep The Faith ® magazine. Keep The Faith ® magazine promotes family values, provides this community with a voice, highlights the need for unity, provides inspirational and aspirational news, and creates a better understanding in an ever-changing environment.
2019 Editorial deadlines
Our Winter issue is our Christmas Special, covering the Christmas and New Year seasons. The Winter special will also cover Goods for Christmas, New Years celebrations, Holidays, Love, Romance, and Weddings
Advertising deadline: 04 November 2019
Publication date: 11 November 2019
Our Valentines and Mother’s Day issue celebrates love, Marriage, and the women in our lives. This issue also covers International Women’s Day, where we celebrate the lives of influential women of past and present.
Advertising deadline: 13 Jan 2020
Publication date: 20 Jan 2020
Our Easter issue observes Easter and Lent. we remember the resurrection of Jesus in a way to renew daily hope that we have victory over sin.
Advertising deadline: 09 March 2020
Publication date: 16 March 2020
Our Windrush and Father’s day issue celebrates the contribution that the African diaspora has had on UK life and culture. This issue also celebrates the lives of influential men of past and present.
Advertising deadline: 04 May 2020
Publication date: 11 May 2020
Keep The Faith’s Contributors
Keep The Faith ’s editorial contributors are some of the most powerful and influential movers and shakers, and successful entrepreneurs within Black and minority ethnic communities.
Rev David Shosanya
Director, London Baptist Association
Bishop Dr Joe Aldred
Churches Together in England
Rev Wale Hudson-Roberts
Racial Justice Coordinator, Baptist Union
Head of Church Advocacy, Christian Aid
PR specialist and former KTF editor
Leading UK Gospel Music pioneer, TV & Radio Producer, Director of GreenTree Productions and CEO of GMIA
Milton B Allen
CEO, Global Music Link
Grace Gladys Famoriyo
An award-winning and bestselling author as well as an international speaker
Founder, Authors Care Services
Writer and entrepreneur
Digital marketer, avid Business explorer and writer
Registered Public Health Nutritionist and Communications professional
Magazine Readership Profile
National and International Readerships
The print version of Keep The Faith magazine is delivered nationwide, read on a 4:1 basis; by up to 80,000 people of all ages and backgrounds in Black and minority-ethnic communities each issue.
An electronic version of the magazine is sent to over 37,000 subscribers across our email and social media network. The magazines are also available to read on issuu.com and often attracts a further 5,000 – 9,000 extra readers each issue in the UK and overseas.
Digital Magazine Readership
2018 Online magazine readership
Print Magazine Circulation
Bulk delivery locations (Feb 2019)