Saint Andrew Press

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Saint Andrew Press
Parent companyChurch of Scotland
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Headquarters locationEdinburgh
DistributionNorwich Books and Music
Publication typesBooks
Nonfiction topicsChristianity

Saint Andrew Press, established in 1954 to promote the works of the theologian William Barclay, is the publishing house of the Church of Scotland. It merged with Scottish Christian Press in 2005.[1] In January 2011, Saint Andrew Press's sales, production, marketing and distribution operations were outsourced by the Church of Scotland to Hymns Ancient and Modern.[2]


  1. ^ "Publisher of the Month: Saint Andrew Press". Books from Scotland. Retrieved 27 August 2010.
  2. ^ "St Andrew Press and Hymns Ancient & Modern announcement". St Andrew Press and Hymns Ancient & Modern announcement.