|God Always Answers. Norah Marriner looks back over her life and retells some of her many memories of God's loving care.
|The Story of Seventh-day Adventists in the British Isles 1902-1992. Special souvenir edition of the Messenger. Note that this pdf document is 9.4 Mb in size and may take some time to download. Right-click and select "Save Target As..." to save the whole magazine to your computer.
|Establishing the British Mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church 1863-1887. Originally presented as a doctoral dissertation.
||Pastor Rex Riches
|A Missionary Doctor's Autobiography. A personal account of life in the mission field.
||Dr Robert Buckley
|A Century of Adventism in the British Isles. A special edition of Messenger. Note that this file is in pdf format.
||Dr D N Marshall (Editor)
Blessings of a Lifetime. A personal account of life in the Seventh-day Adventist ministry.
||Pastor K A Elias
The life of Ernest Bernard Phillips.
||Mrs R N Surridge (nee Phillips)
|History of the Plymouth School.
|History of the Aberdeen Church. Documenting the earliest beginnings of the church in Aberdeen.
|Historical Sketch of the Dundee Church. Compiled from church records and personal memories. Document revised in 1999.
||J C Walton
|Personal Recollections of the Dundee Church.
|List of Ministers of the Dundee Church.
|History of the Camp Hill Church. Including a list of preachers, a collection of quotations, and more.
|History of the Chesterfield Church. Initially compiled by Wilf Cupit, then edited and a supplement added by Stephen Ham.
|History of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Scotland. Contributions from Ruth Farrer, Leslie Hill, John McDonald, Nora Myles, David Sutherland, and Margaret Whidden. Edited by Russell Bryan.
|History of the Stanborough Park Church.
Evangelism in Britain, 1947-1964 - by Pastor Kenneth Lacey. First
published in the Messenger in 1978. Also available in MS Word format (411k).
||Pastor Ken Lacey
I Loved Africa - by by S G Maxwell. (15.2 Mb). Self published by Stanley Maxwell (son of S G Maxwell), 1975 and 1976. Scanned February 2020. Made available by kind permission of the family..
||S G Maxwell