As the publishing house of the Church of Scotland, Saint Andrew Press has an exciting and varied catalogue of around 200 titles. Ranging from books that explore the Christian faith in thought-provoking and inspiring ways to histories and biographies, the Saint Andrew Press list continues to broaden its appeal whilst maintaining the highest standards of content and production.
Founded in 1954 to promote the works of the highly popular theologian, William Barclay, Saint Andrew Press was launched with an immediate bestseller. Barclay's series of commentaries on The New Testament have sold over 17 million copies around the world and they continue to be popular in their updated 21st-century format. Since then, Saint Andrew Press has developed a list of titles that aim to serve the Church of Scotland directly and also to represent the Church's broad nature within society as a whole.
Our future publishing programme will continue to engage with a wide range of issues. Our titles will aim to help readers to discover, share and deepen their Christian faith and to explore spirituality, faith, culture and ethical and moral issues in today's world.