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E-books now available from the Library

We have just bought our first three E-books… Read more

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Devotion By Design : Italian Altarpieces before 1500

National Gallery Exhibition As part of a programme of summer shows focusing on the National Gallery’s collection, ‘Devotion by Design’ explores the function, the original location, and the development of altarpieces in Italy during the late Middle Ages and the early Renaissance. Read more

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A Response to Harry Potter, Twilight and Dan Brown

The Librarians’ Christian Fellowship’s annual public lecture will be held on Saturday 1 October 2011 at the Reading International Solidarity Centre… Read more

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Changes to Copyright Law for Playing Sound Recordings in Churches

If members of your church congregation play recorded music during any activities on church premises, or during direct activities of the church in the local community (church fêtes, outreach events etc.) you now require a PPL Church Licence… Read more

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Dr Williams Library Open House

Dr Williams Library will be opening its doors to the public next month as part of Open House London… Read more

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More Church Statistics Online

Two useful free sources of statistics and research data are British Religion in Numbers and the Church Army Research Bulletins… Read more

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Church Statistics Online

The Library has taken out a subscription to Religious Trends online, for the latest church statistics and research data… Read more

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New Library Books – August 2011

stack of books Browse the list of titles added to the Library in June & July… Read more

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