Ekklesia Publishing was established in 2015 and launched formally in 2016. It has so far produced 12 titles and one Kindle book in six years, with another three in process for 2023. Our aim is to bring to market high quality books which help change the way we look at the world based on the values of social justice, peacemaking, sustainability and inclusion. Many of our authors and contributors write from a progressive Christian perspective, but we want to encourage conversation across a spectrum of beliefs and spiritually informed perspectives, religious or otherwise. Ekklesia publishing seeks to build a bridge between disciplined thinking and popular expression and discussion. Ekklesia Publishing has its own website
Siglum is a new independent imprint, supported by us, which focuses on the illuminative and transformative possibilities of the arts, music, sport and culture. Its logo is a dove, the universal sign of peace. Launched in 2019 it has three titles, on poetry/prose, football and social purpose, and ‘everyday sacraments’ in an age of pandemic. A title on music is being written at present, for publication in 2023/4. Siglum Publishing has it’s own website
Books Recently Published and Forthcoming
- Thinking Without Tanks: Beliefs, Politics and Ethics in Negotiation, ed. Simon Barrow (due September 2023).
- Against the Religion of Power: Telling a Different Christian Story, by Simon Barrow (due April 2023).
- Everyday Sacrament: Visual Meditations in an Age of Pandemic, by Sharon Caton-Rose (May 2022).
- Exchange of Gifts: The Vision of Simon Barrington-Ward, eds. Graham Kings and Ian Randall – with a foreword by Archbishop Justin Welby (Jan 2022).
- Letters to a Broken Church, edited by Janet Fife and Gilo (2019).
- Hope Rediscovered: Biblical Wisdom for an Anxious World, by David Atkinson – with a foreword by Archbishop Rowan Williams (2019).
- Words Out of Silence, by Jill Segger (2019).
- Keeping Faith With Hope: The Challenge of Israel-Palestine, by Harry Hagopian (2019).
- Football’s Faithful Fans, edited by Iain Whyte (2019).
See full details and purchase options for all our books on the Ekklesia Publishing website here. We are pleased to have collaborated with Wipf & Stock and with Bella Caledonia, among others.