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- 12 A4 colour photographs of aspects of the black church tradition in Britain
- Information on the back of each photograph, describing the photograph, discussing its significance and outlining the concepts and beliefs that are expressed
- A 40 page book with information for teachers about the black church tradition in Britain and interviews with church members
Price: £18.50 (inclusive of VAT) plus £1.50 p & p