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Religious History in the UK

Association of Denominational Historical Societies and Cognate Libraries

An umbrella association to encourage cooperative research between historical societies of English and Welsh Protestant Nonconformist denominations; with details annual lectures and conferences, publications, and contacts.

Brethren Archivists and Historians Network (BAHN)

Supports research into, and publication of, the history of the Christian Brethren; includes a history of the denomination, with details of resources, their archives, conferences, and membership.

Canterbury and York Society

Founded in 1904 for the purpose of publishing medieval bishops' registers and other ecclesiastical records of the period; includes details of their publications, meetings, and contacts.

Church of England Record Society

Promotes interest in the Church of England from the 16th century onwards by publishing primary sources of information; with events, publications listing, and membership details.

Ecclesiastical History Society (EHS)

Fosters interest in, and advances the study of, all areas of the history of the Christian Churches; with details of membership, publications, conferences, and links.

In the Steps of St Wilfrid

A guide to a pilgrimage trail in the Meon valley, Hampshire, one of the last places in England to be Christianised.

Jewish Historical Society of England

A learned society based in London, with regional branches; includes their programme of lectures and research on subjects related to Anglo-Jewish history, publications, and contacts.

Medieval Sourcebook: Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation

A translation of the text of the Venerable Bede's book, probably completed in 731.

Scottish Church History Society

Promotes the study of the history of all branches of the Christian Church in Scotland. Includes details of meetings, publications, and membership.

Unitarian Historical Society

Supports the study of Unitarian history, including that of related traditions such as English Presbyterianism, General Baptists, Universalist churches, the Methodist Unitarian movement and the Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland.

The Venerable Bede

The life of the early Northumbrian author of the Ecclesiastical History of the English People (completed in AD 731), provided a museum of his life and times in Jarrow.

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