Introducing Sea of Faith Beginners start here. A concise introduction to the history, beliefs, philosophy, organisation and activities of the Sea of Faith.
What Sea of Faith is about Sea of Faith in context
A Reasonable Faith an introductory booklet written by David Boulton. It was first published in 1996 and while a little dated is still relevant.
A Quaker perspective on SoF David Boulton gives his Quaker take on SOF.
A Roman Catholic perspective on SoF John Challenor, Chair of Catholics for a Changing Church, gives his view on belonging to SOF.
A Humanist perspective on SoF Margaret Chisman, a member of several humanist organisations and author of The Weekend Haiku Book, explains how SOF fits in with a Humanist worldview.
A Buddhist perspective on SoF Mark Rivett offers a very personal view.
A Unitarian perspective on SoF David Dulley, a retired lawyer and author of the "Mona" books, contributed this article to the UK SoF magazine shortly before his death in mid-1997.
Dover Beach The poem by Matthew Arnold from which Don Cupitt's seminal book, and the network, takes its name.
International SOF Contacts for non-UK residents who are interested in SOF.