The Pilgrim Press & Stillspeaking Publications

The Pilgrim Press is a bold voice with a rich heritage. 

We inherit the written word of United Church of Christ ancestors—generations of seekers, teachers, protestors, singers, preachers, and dreamers since 1640—making ours the oldest English language publishing tradition in North America. We publish books that nurture spiritual growth, cultivate religious leadership, and provoke the soul for the sake of a just world.

A dragon and two beasts. A war in the heavens.

What should modern readers make of the wildly fantastical Revelation to John? New Testament scholar Greg Carey offers an accessible guide to the biblical book of Revelation, inviting us not to decode every symbol or tame every dragon — but rather to engage in the urgent questions of power and loyalty. In Faithful and True, “Greg Carey leads us into the thicket of this apocalypse while keeping his eyes on justice and how this text can provide vision for our society” (Dr. Scot McKnight). 


Writers’ Group

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Faith Practices is designed to invigorate education, worship, and service in the church. Twelve spiritual practices are explored through scripture, art and music, justice-focused service, and discipleship conversations. Explore one or explore them all!

We are all pilgrims, striving after insight in life and faith.

The Pilgrim Press is a daring adventurer and trusted companion along the way, bearing testimony that there is “more truth and light yet to break forth.”

The Pilgrim Press and Faith-Forming Publications Team

The team for The Pilgrim Press and Faith-Forming Publications coordinates the Stillspeaking Writers’ Group, the Daily Devotional, and The Pilgrim Press. Contact information for individual team members is available through the staff directory.

  • The Rev. Rachel Hackenberg, Managing Editor & Publisher
  • Adam Bresnahan, Production Coordinator
  • Kathryn Martin, Licensing Coordinator
  • Georgetta Thomas, Program Assistant


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