We currently distribute for
Acora is the publishing imprint of the
Churches' Rural Network based at the Arthur Rank Centre at
Stoneleigh Park, home of the National Agricultural Centre.
Canterbury Press is pleased to distribute these resources for rural
churches and communities.
Cairns Publications This
exquisite collection of liturgical and gift volumes brings together
treasures from the Bible and the Christian tradition and offers a
range of worship resources in striking and contemporary
language.Created for use in corporate and personal prayer, these
volumes offer a rich resource centred on the scriptures and the
seasons of the year.
Canterbury Press Canterbury
Press is a fast-growing supplier of popular religious books,
resources and gift stationery for the general, religious and church
markets. Among its recent publications are high-quality liturgical
books,many linked to the new Church of England Common Worship - as
well books on prayer, spirituality, mission and ministry, humour
Church House Publishing Church
House Publishing is one of the leading religious publishers in the
UK and the official publisher to the Archbishops' Council and the
General Synod of the Church of England. Over the last ten years CHP
has enjoyed an impressive track record of growth and achievement
and has developed a high reputation for its product quality and
range. CHP publishes around twenty new titles each year,
ranging from headline-hitting reports to books on ministry and
evangelism, church care and conservation. We publish liturgy,
including the complete Common Worship range, and with the launch of
our software package Visual Liturgy Live we have become the leading
electronic publisher of worship planning resources in the
world. Visit www.chpublishing.co.uk
for more information.
Inc/Morehouse Norwich Books and Music is the
exclusive distributor of Church Publishing Incorporated (CPI)
titles in Europe.
Churches Together in
Britain and Ireland serves the churches of the four
nations on their shared journey towards full visible unity in
Christ. As the successor to the former Council of Churches for
Britain and Ireland, and before that the British Council of
Churches, it has a long history. As part of its work it publishes a
variety of books and reports to resource and support denominations,
churches, local congregations and individuals offering new
perspectives on important issues. These include reports on current
issues, resources for worship as well as books of more general
interest. In addition, each year it provides material and resources
for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
Concilium is a catholic
journal in the widest sense: rooted in Roman Catholicism yet open
to other Christian traditions and the world's faiths. Its writers
include the greatest names in Catholic theology as well as new
voices. Over the years Concilium has consistently promoted
theological discussion in the spirit of Vatican II, out of which it
was born. In the new millennium, Concilium continues to offer its
unique perspective on vital issues.
Darton Longman & Todd has
been a leading independent publisher of books on spirituality,
religion and theology for 50 years. We look for books that combine
attentiveness to the spirit and good scholarship with passion and
verve, and our reach ranges from the faithful but inquisitive to
the sceptical but open-minded. Our authors include the great
Catholic writers of our times - Thomas Merton, Henri Nouwen, Gerard
W Hughes, Basil Hume, Jean Vanier and Karl Rahner - as well as
leading Anglican writers such as Rowan Williams, W H Vanstone and
Michael Mayne. We are the publisher of the Jerusalem Bible, used in
Catholic services throughout the English-speaking world, as well as
the NRSV, increasingly becoming the version most widely used by
Christians of every tradition. Our publishing values are reflected
in the way we work. DLT is unique among publishers in being jointly
owned and managed by all its employees. Visit www.dltbooks.com for full details
With roots in John Wesley's 'Christian Library',
Epworth publishes books on the Bible,
worship, contemporary Christian issues and Methodism. Its
well-respected Epworth Commentaries series, edited by Ivor H.
Jones, began in 1989 and is now complete. Please
note: the Epworth list closed late April 2012. All titles are
withdrawn from sale and we will not accept
HarperCollins Religious From
December 2009, Norwich Books and Music is delighted to distribute
the HarperCollins Religious list. This is a focused list of highly
successful titles including the Good News Bible, Mission Praise,
Weekday & Sunday Missal, and C.S. Lewis books.
Hymns Ancient &
Modern: A large number of hymnbooks were in use
by disparate groups within the Church of England by the
mid-Victorian period, and a chance meeting in a railway carriage by
two clergymen led to the publication of the
From these inauspicious beginnings, the first Hymns Ancient &
Modern was published in 1861. It is estimated that since its
inception, in excess of 165 million copies of Hymns Ancient &
Modern have been sold.
Liturgical Studies is published twice yearly on behalf
of the Alcuin Club which promotes the study of Christian Liturgy,
and the Group for Renewal of Worship (GROW), a forward thinking,
practical and adventurous exploration in the field of Anglican
Worship for over thirty years.
Religious and Moral Education
Press Helping schools deliver
quality RE through
Books • Software • Audio-Visual
Resources for RE
RSCM - the Royal School of
Church Music - supports a world-wide network of 9,000 churches,
schools and individuals. We are committed to achieving the best use
of good music in worship - whatever the resources, whatever the
style. Through education, training, publications, advice and
encouragement, we aim to support church music today and to invest
in church music for the future.
Saint Andrew Press The
publishing imprint of the Church of Scotland. The
Saint Andrew Press publishes 6-10 new books each year and its
best-sellers include the William Barclay New Daily Study
Bible series (with worldwide sales of some 17 million copies
in many languages), the annual Church of Scotland Yearbook,
Looking for Mrs Livingstone, George Mackay Brown, A Glasgow
Bible and the successful Pray Now series.
Press After more than 80 years, SCM Press remains
as one of the UK's best-known publishers of academic theology.
Many 20th Century bestsellers carried the SCM name,as did the first
English translations of pioneering continental theologians such as
Barth, Bonhoeffer, Bultmann, Moltmann and Schillebeeck. We aim
to publish accessible and rigorous text books, reference
books, and other high-quality resources for students and clergy
SLG 'Small but perfectly
formed' describes the booklets on Christian spirituality published
by this press run by the Sisters of the Love of God, an Anglican
contemplative community in Oxford. Profound and challenging, they
are also inexpensive! Among the authors are, Bendicta Ward,
Kallistos Ware, A.M Allchin, Esther de Waal and Sebastian Brock.
Classic texts by Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Michael Ramsey also
feature on the list. Among the subjects are the wisdom of the
saints, the lives and writings of the desert fathers, the history
and practice of prayer and Celtic spirituality.
NEW BUSINESS ENQUIRIES
If you would like to speak to us about new distribution business,
we would be pleased to hear from you - and you can be sure of
confidentiality at all times. Please contact Michael Addison at firstname.lastname@example.org.