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SPCK is the oldest Anglican mission agency, founded in 1698. For over three hundred years we have been working in the UK and around the world to help people to grow in the Christian faith, especially through Christian literature and education.
Canterbury Press is a leading supplier of popular religious books. We publish a wide range of titles, covering liturgy, worship, mission, ministry, spirituality, biography, travel and even humour!
The Church Times, founded in 1863, has become the world's leading Anglican weekly newspaper. With a commitment to independent journalism, a lively comment section and in-depth features on faith, arts and culture, the Church Times is your window onto the church news that matters.
ROOTS’ reliable and contemporary resources enrich worship and learning across a range of traditions and contexts. Each issue offers brand new weekly and seasonal materials based on the lectionary. The ROOTS resources enable everyone to explore the ‘big story’ of the Bible as a source of wisdom and insight into today’s world. The ROOTS partnership of denominations and Christian organisations was set up in 2002.
Preach is a quarterly magazine with an ecumenical outlook available in print or digital format. Each issue includes features, reviews, resources and opinion pieces, all designed to encourage and support preachers. Preach magazine is produced by The Leaders of Worship and Preachers Trust (LWPT) which is an ecumenical charity that provides support to preachers through resources, training and grants.
Church House Publishing is the official publisher of the Church of England. Alongside indispensable liturgy and reference resources, we aim to lead the way in providing practical and inspiring tools for mission, ministry and worship.
SCM Press is the UK's leading publisher of cutting-edge theology and biblical studies. Its extensive backlist contains many of the theological bestsellers of the twentieth century, including names like Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Jürgen Moltmann and John Robinson's Honest to God.
Ripon College Cuddesdon trains men and women for ministry in the Church of England through a wide range of residential and non-residential programmes, to suit students at different stages of life, various personal circumstances and all kinds of academic abilities. Our strength comes from our commitment to the diversity of the church, and to the range of communities we are called to serve and minister to. At the centre of this vision is a residential community, living a life of prayer, study and service, which in turn supports and sustains all our outstanding non-residential ministerial training.
A network of preachers, some experienced and some new to the task, ordained and lay, from different denominations and traditions, drawn together by a shared belief that good preaching matters, who want to help each other fulfill their preaching ministry.
Church House Bookshop is the official bookshop of the Church of England. Your first stop for popular Christian books, resources and church supplies.