In many parts of the world, the key barrier to people engaging with the Bible is availability. At home, it’s simply that many people don’t think the Bible is relevant to them.
We’re determined to change that, and we’re working across society to help people recognise the value of the Bible.
We’re developing resources that help local churches to engage more deeply with Scripture, and sending thousands of volunteers into primary schools to share Bible stories with a generation almost entirely unfamiliar them. And in politics, the media and the arts we’re bringing the Bible to life in fresh, exciting and relevant ways.
We have developed a range of activities and resources in Wales and the Welsh language; find out more here.
Bringing the Bible to life in Reading City centre – how far would you go to help someone in need?
We did some secret filming in Reading city centre to see if anybody would lend their phone to a vicar… or a rough sleeper.
An apple in the garden? No room at the inn? Would you be surprised to the hear that these don’t appear in the Bible?
We invited five great storytellers to each choose a story from one of the greatest collections ever known: the Bible.
With baskets of fish sandwiches, we re-enacted the feeding of the 5,000 on Brighton beach, bringing the Bible to life in a fresh way.
We brought the Nativity story to life for the people of Swindon with professional actors – including real camels – at the Brunel Shopping Centre.
Trace the history of the Bible and World War One through stories, records and artefacts, documenting the extraordinary relationship between the War, Society and the Bible.
Open the Book exists to offer the Bible to children at school in their primary years. Find out more about the project, and how you can get involved.
Crossref-it is a one-stop resource for AS and A-Level English Literature students. It features plot summaries, commentaries, exam advice and information on authorial context and intent.
The one-stop shop to help Christians engage in politics at every level, whether that's contacting your MP, becoming a local councillor or getting involved in campaigning.
We sponsor The National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast – an annual recognition of the contribution that Christianity makes to the national life of the UK.
Bring the Bible to life on the big screen with this short film competition. The winner gets professional production support and a trip to Hollywood to meet industry professionals.
A mesmerising mixed-media art installation based on Genesis 1 and 2 celebrating the crossover between art, creation and the Bible – which you can host in your community.