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Our staff are currently working from home during the Coronavirus outbreak.  We regret therefore that we are unable to send out any orders at this time.  However, many of our resources are still available for downloading.

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Creating a Culture of Invitation

Listen again to the sessions from our Culture of Invitation event at Hampden Park in March, as our guest speaker, Michael Harvey shares his insight on how we can develop this as culture within our church, as well as taking a look at some of the reasons as to why we find it hard inviting people to church.


People of the Way

People of the WayPeople of the Way, Pray Now devotions, reflections, blessings and prayer activities is now available from St Andrew Press or via

Mission and Older People Study Guide

NEW REDUCED PRICE Was £7.50 now £3.75

The Mission Forum has created a Mission and Older People Study guide resource for the Church of Scotland. The purpose of this resource is to enable members, kirk sessions and presbyteries to run awareness raising evenings and help local pastoral groups, Guilds or those working with CrossReach to explore the topic further.


God, Jesus and Truth

God Jesus Truth leafletAnswers to questions about God, Jesus and Truth are central to all our lives.  This leaflet, written by the Why Believe? apologetics group, is a straightforward introduction to what Christians believe, for people with no church connection.

Leaflets are available in bundles of 20 and are free of charge.


Learn Publications

LearnLearn is an initiative within the Mission and Discipleship Council to equip and resource local congregations in the areas of worship, mission and discipleship. Resources are designed for a single-user and/or group settings and are supported with online tools such as short film series to elaborate certain topics covered within the material. Learn publications are now available directly from St Andrew Press.


Learning Disabilities: a discussion starter

Learning Disabilities: discussion starterLearning Disabilities: a discussion starter is a free learning and development resource. Click here to order or download and for more information. 


Sharing Faith

Sharing Faith

When it comes to sharing faith, lots of Christians’ first thought is of a bold preacher, confidently

proclaiming carefully crafted words that have taken a lifetime of learning

to prepare. It doesn’t always have to be like that.

Sharing Faith is a new four-week course designed for groups in churches to explore how we

can each convey, to those closest to us, the difference that following Jesus makes in our lives.

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Interfaith and Mission Report

IMG coverThe resource offers an accessible, attractive and readable format of the General Assembly 2014 Report entitled "Interfaith and Mission". This resource would be an ideal reference document for discussion groups, events and conferences offering helpful and practical insight based on significant international interfaith reports and consultation within the Scottish context.


Who Is My Neighbour

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This companion booklet has been produced to help your Church understand your community better, by getting the best out of the Parish Profiles. A free downloadable version is also available in the Resources section of the website.


COSY Guide to Ethical Living

COSY Guide to ethical living

The COSY guide to ethical living was written by a group of young adults to help others consider how to live more ethically. The guide is easy to read with each topic broken down into manageable chunks, each with some information and ideas for action.


A time to grow

A time to grow2013 Report from the Joint Emerging Church Group.

If you would like a hard copy of this Report sent to you, please add it to your basket. Alternatively, a downloadable PDF is available.


Reformed, reforming, emerging and experimenting

Reformed, Reforming, Emerging and ExperimentingResearch into the experiences of initiatives in emerging ministry being funded by the Church of Scotland (2010). A downloadable PDF is available here.