Equipping you for worship, ministry and mission
Church House Publishing, the official publisher of the Church of England, is an imprint of the Archbishops' Council of the Church of England.
The Archbishop's Council publishes a range of liturgy, reference and other resources for the Church under the CHP imprint, with Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd (an Anglican charity with a long distinguished publishing heritage) acting as its production, marketing and distribution arm.
Church House Publishing equips the Church of England's local ministers and active churchgoers for worship, ministry and mission.
Alongside indispensible liturgy and reference resources, we aim to lead the way in providing practical and inspiring tools for:
- promoting mission and church growth
- ministry at major life events
- celebrating Christian seasons and festivals
- nurturing faith and discipleship with all ages.
As official publisher of the national church, CHP is uniquely placed to work with leading authors, advisers and practitioners to resource the needs of parishes and individuals from every tradition and in every place.
Dr Thomas Allain Chapman
Dr Thomas Allain Chapman is Publishing
Manager for the Archbishop's Council of the Church of England,
responsible for its output under the Church House Publishing
imprint. Thomas joined CHP in 2005 having previously been
Publishing Manager, Key Subjects, with Collins Education, part of
HarperCollins Publishers. A keen musician in his spare time, Thomas
sings and writes lyrics and music both sacred and secular.
Josie Gunn joined Church House Publishing as a
sales rep and now looks after CHP's marketing efforts as Sales and
Christine Smith is Publishing Director at Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd and the commissioning editor responsible for Church House Publishing.
Rebecca Goldsmith handles copyright and
permissions enquiries for Church House Publishing.
The Sales and Marketing Team
Led by Michael Addison with key account support from Aude Pasquier, the sales team at Hymns Ancient and Modern cater for the needs of the book trade in the UK and overseas. Find out more in our Trade section.