There are many other Christian sites on the Internet. Here is a selection of some of those which we think you might find of particular interest. We will be adding new sites to this list on a regular basis.
The Big Read 2011 involves meeting together in housegroups to read the Bible, making use of Tom Wright's Matthew for Lent with opportunities to go much bigger and be much more creative and join in online (inter)nationally. From quiet sitting rooms with Bibles and books, to coffee shops and Internet chatrooms across the world. We'd love you to engage, and to persuade your church to get involved!
A site run by SPCK to provide collective worship materials for primary schools.
The Good BookStall, information on new and well-established books suitable for church bookstalls, together with tips on how to run such stalls effectively.
USPG, Anglicans in World Mission, an agency founded by SPCK's own founder Thomas Bray.
ISPCK, our sister Society in India.
SPCK-USA, our sister Society in the USA.
SPCK-Australia, our sister Society in Australia.
The Church Army, an Anglican mission agency active in evangelism and work among the poor both in the UK and overseas.
The Mothers' Union, an Anglican society with members all around the globe.
The Church Mission Society, one of the major Anglican mission agencies with a worldwide reach.
The website of the Church of England.
The Church Pastoral Aid Society, a leading UK mission agency.
The Christian Resources Exhibition Website.
Crosslinks runs summer camps for young people .
Greenbelt, Europe's Leading Christian Arts Festival.
Mission to Seafarers, an Anglican agency providing support to seafarers around the world.
Feed the Minds, a charity working interdenominationally to support Christian literature and communication projects in Eastern Europe and the developing world.
The Industrial Mission Association, an ecumenical body for industrial mission in the UK, a site with useful content and resource links.
The John Rice Charity considers applications for relief of need from ordained clergy in the Church of England serving and employed in specified London parishes.
Church's Ministry among Jewish people, an Anglican agency with a special calling to take the gospel to Jewish people.