There are three categories of membership in the Guild.
- Resident Membership is open to all resident North American ringers. Applications shall be accompanied by a letter of sponsorship confirming that the applicant is a bell ringer or is learning to ring either tower or hand-bells. This is the only category of voting membership.
- Associate Membership is open to any resident of North America who wishes to support the purposes of the Guild. For this category of membership no sponsorship or ringing requirement is necessary.
- Non-Resident Life Membership is available to ringers not resident in North America.
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