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Trials, death and resurrection of Jesus brought to life in Trafalgar Square

See the Easter story performed live in Trafalgar Square by the Wintershall Players this Good Friday.

Inaugural Bezalel Prize Awarded

In April this year Bible Society was delighted to sponsor the Chaiya Arts Awards. The awards are the UK’s newest theme based biennial arts event, hosted in gallery@oxo on London’s south bank.

Syrian people still long for God’s word

The situation in Syria is desperate. Yet incredibly our Bible work there has continued throughout the seven-year conflict. Your gift of £10 can keep this work going and bring hope to the people of Syria.

Signs and Seasons - Catholic resources

Catholics have always recognised how words, actions and symbols all speak powerfully to the soul. By fully engaging with these signs and seasons, we can easily bring the message of Scripture to life in our daily lives.

Why I love the Passion play in Trafalgar Square

Journalist Hazel Southam reflects of the experience of reporting on the dramatic depiction of Jesus' miracles, trials and death.

Ministry in the midst of danger

Running Bible Society in Pakistan is a risky business, but it doesn't stop Anthony Lamuel. Find out how he's sharing God's work and strengthening the Church in a place where Christians are a persecuted minority. 

On journeying into the wilderness and Lent

Lent can, if we let it, summon us from the safe harbours of our lives into a wide expanse of existence. Are you ready to journey into the wilderness this Lent?

Join Good Friday crowds for The Passion of Jesus play

Good Friday sees the re-enactment of the Easter story in London’s Trafalgar Square.

Thousands to see Passion of Jesus in Trafalgar Square

The Wintershall cast – including a donkey and horses - will be performing the story of Christ's crucifixion and resurrection this Easter.

A trusting soldier’s prayer from the front

Although he grew up in the village of Good Easter, near Chelmsford, Cyril Mead was conscripted into an Irish regiment, the Royal Enniskillen Fusiliers. He fought in France, Macedonia, Palestine and Egypt.

The War Poets

The War became a topic for many poets. Perhaps the best known are Rupert Brooke, Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen. Brooke’s sonnets about the war came to public attention in 1915 when the Times Literary Supplement printed two of them. His poem Th...

A thousand children a day reading Bible stories

A thousand children a day, in England and Wales, are reading stories from the Bible thanks to Pass It On.

The Bible but not as we know it

Anthony Horowitz – the author of the new official Sherlock Holmes novels, the new upcoming James Bond novel and the Alex Rider series – has turned his hand to the Bible, retelling the story of the Tower of Babel.

Mary Jones World opens for the holiday season

Mary Jones World, Bible Society's new visitor and education centre in north Wales opens for the summer season today. The centre gives people the opportunity to discover the story of Mary Jones and Thomas Charles and learn about the impact of the worl...

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