Congregations that previously purchased bulletin covers from Dexter Press should note that service is being discontinued. CBP/Chalice Press, the denominational publishing house of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), has partnerships with two alternative bulletin services: Warner Press and Cathedral Press. Disciples customers may choose either provider to replace their business with Dexter.
Warner Press, a leading publisher of congregational resources since 1881, offers more than 400 bulletin designs to choose from, including Christian art, contemporary art, nature prints, African-American heritage, special occasions and seasons, and more. Free online templates help you design and customize your bulletin.
Warner’s hassle-free subscription service allows options to serve your budgetary needs. And as an extra incentive, when you commit for a year, you’ll receive your first quarter of bulletins for only the cost of shipping.
For information about Warner Press and to order your congregation’s bulletins, visit www.warnerpress.org or call (844) 639-0240 and ask for Debbie. Mention your Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) affiliation: CBP/Chalice Press receives a share of the proceeds from all sales to Disciples congregations.
Cathedral Press offers bulletin covers for every season, specialty bulletins for holidays, weddings, funerals, ordination, church anniversaries, Spanish, and more. Orders can ship in increments of 25. For information about Cathedral Press and to order, visit cathedralpress.com, call (800) 874-8332, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention you are a CBP/Chalice Press or Disciples of Christ customer when you order to show your support for your denominational publisher.
CBP/Chalice Press publishes resources inviting all people into deeper relationship with God, equipping them as disciples of Jesus Christ, and sending them into ministries as the Holy Spirit calls them. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, Chalice Press is the publishing arm of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), with a broader ecumenical outreach to the wider church.
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