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The Cross Reference Project ( has been set up to provide high-quality, easy to use resources for students to help them make essential connections between areas of study and their cultural context. The Cross Reference Project is a partnership created and supported by the Stapleford Centre, Christianity and Culture, Bible Society and a team of experienced teachers and examiners working in schools and higher education.

Bible Society

The Bible SocietyBible Society was established in 1804 by - amongst others - William Wilberforce and Thomas Charles. Her Majesty The Queen is Patron of Bible Society, with a Royal Charter for 'the circulation and use of Scripture without note or comment.' 

Staff at Bible Society include experts in the history, transmission and impact of the Bible. Bible Society's commitment to objectivity make it uniquely placed to help educators confidently explore the historical and ongoing contribution of the Christian Scriptures to English Literature.

Bible Society is a charity whose registered office is situated at Stonehill Green, Westlea, SWINDON SN5 7DG.

 The Stapleford Centre

The Stapleford CentreThe Stapleford Centre (UK) is an independent education charity, whose aim is to promote knowledge and understanding of the Christian faith, its place in our heritage and today’s society.

TThe Stapleford Centre Bookshop sells resources that can be downloaded for use in schools by teachers and schools workers.

The Stapleford Centre is a private company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales whose registered office is situated at PO Box 10389, Stapleford, Nottingham NG9 9GL and is also registered as a charity.

To contact The Stapleford Centre please go to or write to PO Box 10389, Stapleford, Nottingham NG9 9GL.

The Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture, University of York

Christianity and Culture was founded in 1999 to provide cultural tools to enable students to engage with literature, history, art and music significantly influenced by Christian thought and spirituality and to support teaching and research through books and international conferences.