The Wilson Carlile Centre is home to the most significant theological library in South Yorkshire, containing over 15,000 volumes.
Although the library is a quiet space, it has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. As well as being an excellent resource for the study of evangelism, the scope of the library is wide ranging. Alongside books on theology and mission are collections relating to such diverse areas as world religions, ethics, feminist theology, fresh expressions of church, lifelong learning and ministry among children, young people, older people and the homeless.
For a residential sabbatical or private study, the library can be used in conjunction with our accommodation. Alternatively, for those just looking for a tranquil place to work away from the distractions of everyday life, the library can be used for reference purposes free of charge. Annual membership with borrowing rights is available at a very competitive price of £20.
The library catalogue may be found online where library members can also access their personal records, renew their books and make reservations.
Librarian: Liz Bentley
Wilson's Bookshop has an excellent range of Christian literature in stock and customers can take their time browsing in comfortable surroundings. When visiting, why not enjoy your new read while having refreshments in Wilson's Cafe.
The bookshop has a range of Christian books and greetings cards. These include the latest titles along with Bibles, Christian lifestyle books and a children's section.
If you require something that we do not have in stock, we can order books, usually with next day delivery.
Please call 0114 278 7020 for further information or to order a book.