We are pleased to present the September 2019 issue of the CLIS E-Newsletter which we hope you will find of interest. Please click here to read this issue.
We begin with a reminder of the plans for our annual lecture to be held in Bath on Saturday 19 October 2019 with Bob Hartman speaking on “Telling the Story – Again and Again” before moving on to details of our planned activities for 2020. Please aim to join us for one or more of these events if you possibly can.
We are also invited to join our member Annabel Haycraft and friends for a visit to the Museum of Army Music at Kneller Hall, Twickenham, on 14 November 2019. We look forward to this year’s Libraries Week and Christian Resources Exhibition, both planned for dates in October.
We report on the winner of the 2019 Michael Ramsey prize for distinguished Christian writing and highlight a forthcoming project from the World Evangelical Alliance to promote Bible reading among evangelical Christians. We highlight a possible crisis of conscience for Christian librarians who hold a traditional view of human sexuality and appeal for volunteers to help with a cataloguing and classification project at the Biblical Creation Trust library in Soham, Cambridgeshire.