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Having been publishers of books since 1970, selling to the trade and retail, we are now able to offer our books for you to buy here at our on-line store. If you are a trade customer, please see www.moorleys.co.uk for how to obtain your trade discount as at present this part of the site cannot handle trade orders but if you want to order retail, please select from our catalogue and complete your order using this website.
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(Holidays Note: Around UK Bank Holidays we often take a couple of days extra, and the business is usually closed for the first full week in August each year - so should you order at these times, there may be a delay in your order being despatched, we trust that this will not inconvenience you too much. Thank you.)
Stanton Gone But Not Forgotten by The Ilkeston & District Local History Society
The Stanton Ironworks was once part of the life blood of the local community, providing work for generation after generation. This is the story of the ironworks in over 100 photographs, many previously unpublished, in history, tragedy, humour & memories.
Price : £10.00
Dr Adam Clarke Methodist Preacher and Scholar by Rev Dr Herbert Boyd McGonigle
Dr Adam Clarke was born in 1760 and died of cholera in 1832. He is remembered as a preacher, scholar and man of the Word. He was the greatest name in the Methodist generation which followed John Wesley.
Price : £6.95
Digging for Treasure - Expository Preaching: Proclaiming Grace and Truth Edited by David A Hull and Paul Wilson
This publication considers how preachers today can proclaim grace and truth together, as they expound the Bible from the pulpit.
Price : £6.00
Voices Through Advent & Christmas by Rev. Pam Webster
The familiar voices of the Christmas story speak to us, as we meet them encountering God, born among us, here, changing their lives and the world. This book can be used in worship or as personal reflection.
Price : £4.00
Railway People of Skipton by Malcolm and Tom Jarvis
The Railway People of Skipton is an emotive book that shows how a small Yorkshire town has supplied a rich continuous seam of skilled, dedicated men and women, to maintain its importance.
Price : £10.00
Gideon Ouseley - Methodist Preacher and Biblical Scholar by Rev Dr H McGonigle
Gideon was appointed by the Wesleyan Conference in 1799 to work as a general missionary to tell to the Irish people that God was working in their own tongue to show them the wonderful works of God.
Price : £5.95
The Fruitful Mother and the Forgotten Son by Martin K Batstone
The Fruitful Mother and the Forgotten Son is the remarkable story of William Clowes. As one of the founders of the Primitive Methodist movement in the early nineteenth century, he set up his base in Hull, a town he called the 'fruitful mother'.
Price : £11.99
Voices Through Holy Week & Easter by Rev Pam Webster
This book contains the voices along the events of Holy Week from all four gospels. A resource for personal reflection or use in worship.
Price : £4.50
Thomas Cook - Evangelist and Saint by Rev Dr Herbert Boyd McGonigle
Thomas Cook was born in Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, on July 20 1859. In 1875, when he was sixteen years old, Thomas was converted. From the first, God was pleased to use Thomas Cook in the conversion of sinners. During the two years that Thomas was a local
Price : £5.95
I AM: Examining the Amazing Claims of Jesus by Paul Smith
This book is offered both to individuals and groups to help them study the Bible and St John's Gospel in particular focusing on the "I Am" claims of Jesus.
Price : £5.00