* Letters to a Broken Church was made available at the Church of England summit on abuse in York. It has also been stocked by Church House Bookshop in London and was promoted at the General Synod in July 2019, following its publication. So far over £1,000 has been raised from sale of the book for MACSAS (Minister and Clergy Sexual Abuse Survivors). Sales continue to be strong in 2020. We are extremely grateful to those who made this publication possible through Crowdfunding. They are listed in the book. A second edition and e-book are currently under consideration.

* Words Out of Silence was ‘Book of the Month’ at the bookshop in Friends House, Euston Road, London, in October 2019. It was also discussed by the Bury Friends Meeting with author Jill Segger, and has been widely commended on social media. It has been promoted in relation to the #SmallActsOfHope project.

* Keeping Faith with Hope, by Harry Hagopian, was launched at Our Lady of Victories Catholic Church in London in May 2019. It has featured favourably on and a range of media outlets concerned with Israel-Palestine and MENA issues.

* Hope Rediscovered, by Bishop David Atkinson, has featured in two significant conferences concerned with faith and the environment, and has been made available to the North American audience through a rights agreement with publishers Wipf & Stock.

* Football’s Faithful Fans, edited by Iain Whyte, has already contributed £2000 towards African development projects through the Homeless World Cup, and has received backing from the ant-sectarian charity Nil By Mouth, the Scottish Episcopal Church, and the Scottish Football Supporters Association.

* The Jesus Candidate, by Paul Lusk, which examines the rise and theology of the religious right in Britain and beyond is now primarily available through the author at:

* Journeys in Grace and Truth: Revisiting Scripture and Sexuality, by Jayne Ozanne, was distributed to all members of the General Synod of the Church of England at the time of its publication. It is now primarily available from:

* Scotland 2021, edited by Simon Barrow and Mike Small, was launched at the Radical Book Festival in Edinburgh in 2016.  Simon, who is Ekklesia’s director, has since co-edited two further books on Scotland with academic and commentator Gerry Hassan.