Association of Christian Writers

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ACW Writers Day and AGM  - London

7th October, 2017, 10 am to 4 pm


The Friendship Centre, Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8EP

http://www.bloomsbury.org.uk/




Guest Speakers: Glen and Emma Scrivener


'Telling God's stories' (Glen Scrivener)

"Words are our most inexhaustible source of magic" says JK Rowling. Why is this so? How should we use them? Using prose, poetry and video, Glen will help us explore: the origin of story, the flow of creativity, the magic of words, the beauty of truth and the strange journey home.


To book the conference please click here 

New Life: Creative approaches to Lent

An ACW anthology


Contributors for this anthology have now been chosen. The Editors, Amy Robinson and Wendy H. Jones are now working closely with the authors to complete and edit submissions. Further information will be posted as the work progresses. 


We had 148 submissions and could only choose 45. This was a difficult choice as the standards were so high. We are confident that the finished product will be a blessing to those who read it. 

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London Writers Day

Welcome to the Association of Christian Writers : inspirational events, effective resources and professional advice for writers who are Christians.

Whether you’re a beginner or a published writer, we can offer you fellowship and support, useful advice and information, networking opportunities and access to publishers and editors and the exclusive members area of the website.

There are also a number of ACW events throughout the year. These include writers days, where Christian writers can get together, hear from experts in the field, and discuss all aspects of writing and publishing. Fellowship with other like minded Christians is also an important part of these days. It is widely rumoured they are also a lot of fun, with copious amounts of cake being consumed.


The association also has its own blog with posts written by members. You can take a look and follow the blog at More Than  Writers