Quick facts
  • What we do:
    Offers the Bible to the World, through translation, and producing and distributing the Scriptures
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  • Contact
    • Stonehill Green, , Westlea, Swindon, WILTS, SN5 7DG

About Bible Society

Bible Society enable supporters to offer the Bible, the world’s best seller, to everyone through translating, producing and distributing the Scriptures and through literacy, engagement and advocacy projects.

The story of Bible Society stretches back to the 1800s and its founding revolves around three remarkable, yet markedly different, individuals: Mary Jones - a determined Welsh girl, Reverend Joseph Hughes - a visionary Welsh pastor, and William Wilberforce - a campaigning MP.

Since then, the Bible Society have been working for more than 200 years to offer the Bible to the world. Their efforts have won admiration from royalty, from Edward VII through to the current monarch, Elizabeth II. Their work has survived through the unfolding events of two world wars and persevered to find openings in Communist Russia and the Cultural Revolution of China.

They have established local Bible Societies in 146 counties around the world.

What is it like to work for Bible Society

Chief Executive Officer Paul Williams has a number of practices that he aims to recognise. These include joining daily staff prayer meetings, eating lunch in the staff kitchen, and allocating dedicated time for staff to hold meetings with him.
My Manager
My Manager
The charity holds ‘Managing Momentum’ sessions to give managers the chance to discuss how they want to move forward with their personal and team development. Sessions are fast-paced and interactive, including live learning, self-reflection, group coaching, experiential exercises and skills practice.
Fair Deal
Fair Deal
With the Queen being a Patron of the Bible Society, the charity has access to exclusive events. Every year, they receive an allocation of tickets to the Buckingham Palace Garden Party, which are given to long-serving members of staff.

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    47% / 53%

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