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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.
"We are delighted to be renewing our sponsorship of the Bloxham Festival of Faith and Literature. SPCK look forward with anticipation to the fourth edition of this event which continues to grow in importance and stature." - Sam Richardson, CEO
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. It is part of Hymns Ancient & Modern, a registered charity.
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.
Church House Bookshop is the official bookshop of the Church of England. Your first stop for popular Christian books, resources and church supplies.
Find the list of speakers' books chosen by Church House Bookshop here: https://chbookshop.hymnsam.co.uk/features/bloxham18-booklist.
Bloomsbury Continuum publishes adult non-fiction, covering areas such as history, politics, philosophy, religion, travel and biography. We are proud to be the publishers of authors such as Rowan Williams, Desmond Tutu and Timothy Radcliffe.