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• Watching for the Morning
Rabbi Sheila Shulman

• Seeking the Source
Jan Arriens

• Binding the Wounds of War
Clifford Barnard
• Journeys in the Light: Quaker stories
Jan Arriens

• The London Friends’ Meetings
William Beck and T. Frederick Ball

• Rooted in Christianity, Open to New Light Alex Wildwood and Tim Peat Ashworth

CURRENT PUBLICATIONS


Binding the Wounds of War Binding the Wounds of War: (2010)
letters home from the Friends Ambulance Unit and British Red Cross 1943-1947
by Clifford Barnard.
ISBN 978-0-9556183-6-9 Price: £10.95

Letters home from his service in the Friends Ambulance Unit, culminating in the liberation of Sandbostel concentration camp in May 1945, and later with the British Red Cross, working with displaced persons. A valuable eyewitness account of wartime in northern Europe. Read More...


PUBLICATION 1 JULY 2010.

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Roots and Light Rooted in Christianity, Open to New Light (2009)
by Alex Wildwood and Tim Peat Ashworth
ISBN 978-0-9556183-3-8 Price: £9.00
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A dialogue between these two stimulating Quaker thinkers, making sense of Quaker spiritual diversity in Britain today. Based on their Woodbrooke course of the same name. Read More...

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2009.

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The London Friends’ Meetings The London Friends’ Meetings (2009)
by William Beck and T. Frederick Ball
Hardback: ISBN 978-0-9556183-4-5 520 pages £36.00
Paperback: ISBN 978-0-9556183-5-2 £24.00
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Reprint of the 1869 classic history of Quakers in the city of London and its surroundings. Affectionately known as “Beck and Ball”, it is a comprehensive survey which describes not only the buildings where the meetings took place, but also how they were organised and the personalities involved, with telling details of their lives as Londoners. The book has always deserved to be better known, and more widely than among Quaker historians.
This edition has a new introduction by Simon Dixon and Peter Daniels, 50 new illustrations and a new index. Read More...

PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 2009.

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Watching for the Morning Watching for the Morning (2007)
by Rabbi Sheila Shulman.
ISBN 978-0-9556183-0-7 142 pages £7.99
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Collected sermons, published by Pronoun Press in conjunction with Beit Klal Yisroel. Sheila was the first lesbian feminist rabbi trained at Leo Baeck College, who founded BKY on the suggestion of Lionel Blue. Introduction by Jonathan Magonet. Read More...

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Journeys in the Light: Quaker stories Journeys in the Light: Quaker stories (2007)
by Jan Arriens, with illustrations by Margaret Mence Baker.
ISBN 978-0-9556183-1-4 180 pages £7.95
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A book of stories that speak of Quakers living faithfully from the 17th century to the present day – finding practical ways to defeat slavery, protesting against nuclear weapons, discovering individual journeys to peace, simplicity, truth and equality. These stories will appeal to young and old.

“Next time someone asks me ‘who are the Quakers?’ or ‘what do Quakers believe?’ I think I’ll just give them this book.” – Steve Whiting, Secretary to Quaker Peace & Social Witness Testimonies Committee.
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Seeking the Source Seeking the Source (2005)
an earlier book of stories by Jan Arriens, brought back into print by Pronoun Press.
ISBN 978-0-9556183-2-1 105 pages £7.95
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Memorable and uplifting stories set in a mythical town in India, drawing the reader into an inner place of great depth and mystery. Illustrated by Margaret Mence Baker.

“A delightful change from the norm” –The Friend
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