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Free resources for Bible Sunday 2020

Whether you are worshipping online or meeting physically, you’ll find lots in this inspirational package of church resources for Bible Sunday on 25 October.

New Bible intelligence supports Catholic Bible Sunday

A new poll by Bible Society in partnership with the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales, sparks a call to make Bible reading 'part of every day'.

Good News Bible – The Youth Edition

We teamed up with Youth for Christ to create a truly unique Bible. Young people helped us put this Bible together.

Ponteland Bible Society Action Group – Bible Sunday

Ponteland Bible Society Action Group invite you to their Bible Sunday

Bible a Month

Join Bible a Month and help give the Bible around the world, changing lives, month after month.

The Bible Course

Whether you're well versed in Scripture or just starting out on the journey, The Bible Course offers a superb overview of the world’s best-selling book.

Bibles bring joy to children in Malawi

Before the Covid-19 pandemic, Alan Kember visited the Bible Society of Malawi. Here he brings us the good news of how children at a Sunday school are thrilled to have received Bibles through your kind giving.

Read your Bible... if you want to grow

Anna-Claar Thomasson-Rosingh uses the story of Noah's Ark, personal anecdote and thoughtful research to help us reconsider how we read the Bible with children.

The Bible and World War One

Remembrance Sunday, 11 November 2018, marks the centenary of the end of World War One. It’s a time for reflection. A time to pray for peace.

Keyboard volunteers recover lost Bible translations

Having the Bible available on our phones or laptops is normal for most of us, and it's incredibly useful – it's always available, we can cut and paste text, compare translations and find verses easily.

Cornish Bible Project (Projekt an Bibel Kernewek)

The present Cornish Bible Project started in 1996. It is supported by the Cornish Language Board and the Bishop of Truro’s Ecumenical Advisory Group for Cornish Language. The Bible Society has also now taken the Project under its wing.

Top 5 Bible questions

Here are some answers to some of the commonly asked questions about the Bible...

How do I get the most out of reading the Bible?

How do we love God with all our mind? Well, one way is to read God’s word – to feast on what God says about himself, about us, and about everything he has created. But if we’re being honest, we’re a lot better at feasting on spiritual junk fo...

Bike for Bibles

Welcome to Bike for Bibles! We believe the Bible changes lives for good and this is your opportunity to help make that happen for people all over the world.

Bible Society in Wales

Bible Society has its roots in Wales. It was in Wales that Mary Jones walked to buy a Bible in her own language from Revd Thomas Charles.

Which is the best Bible translation?

One of the most asked questions about the Bible is 'what is the best translation?' It all depends on who you are and what you will be using it for.

Getting started with the Bible

New to the Bible and not sure where to begin? Here are three top tips to get you going.

Explore the Bible

Find out about the Bible, and its history, also try using our improved Bible search to find the passage you're after, or search the Bible by keyword.

The Bible and the President

A picture of the Bible has flashed all around the world. It’s on every news channel and in every newspaper. As an organisation devoted to distributing and promoting the Bible, we might be expected to be happy about that. But we’re not.

Bible Q&A

Our Bible Q&A series explores the questions you've asked us about the Bible.

Bringing the Bible to life

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