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    Joy and Felicity

    by Sarah Meyrick

    Paperback £12.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-78959-176-7

    What happens when everything you thought you knew about your family turns out to be a lie? As two sisters meet at their dying mother’s bedside, they discover a bond between them that runs far deeper than they imagined. Will the truth about secrets buried in their past finally set them free?

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  • Not of This Worldview: Poetry for the Kingdom Among Us - product image

    Not of This Worldview: Poetry for the Kingdom Among Us

    by Richard S. Briggs

    Paperback £9.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-78959-158-3

    In poems that range from loose informality to tight structure, and from the humorous to the sombre, Richard Briggs seeks to let poetry open our eyes and ears to the strange and elusive work of God among us.

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    A New Heaven and a New Earth: St Cuthbert and the Conquest of the North

    by Katharine Tiernan

    Paperback £12.99
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-78959-125-5

    Caught between the Northumbrian rebels and their brutal new Norman masters, the Community of St Cuthbert at Durham is struggling to survive. The final novel in the Cuthbert trilogy, set at the time of the Harrying of the North, tells the story of the survival of the shrine and the foundation of Durham Cathedral.

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August #ThemeOfTheMonth: Climate & Environment

How should Christians treat Creation and respond to climate crisis? Find out what three of our authors have to say about this during the course of August as part of our #ThemeOfTheMonth. Ray Simpson, Founding Guardian of the Community of Aidan and Hilda and author of Celtic Christianity and Cli…

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Englishness and the Church

The history of England cannot be understood without first understanding the history of the Church, argues Partrick Whitworth, author of a major new history of Christianity in England. There has been a wave of interest in what it means to be English in recent years. New books have abounded on th…

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A Good Death

GUEST BLOG: What does it look like to die well? To grieve well? The COVID-19 pandemic has stolen the opportunity from many to die or grieve as they would have wished. Author Sarah Meyrick reflects on the themes of forgiveness and dying well in her new novel Joy and Felicity and on her own perso…

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