A book shelf with many books

Description automatically generatedSadly, EEFA has had to dispose of its library because it is shortly having to move out of its accommodation at 47 St Helen’s Street.  However, we are pleased that the library has been re-homed.

Its collection of multi-faith books has gone to the Friends’ Meeting House in Fonnereau Road, Ipswich and the Christian Theology section has gone to River Church, Key Street, Ipswich.

We are most grateful to Professor Vanda Broughton and Andrew Benedict for negotiating and facilitating the move and to Barbara and the Meeting House, and Matt and the River Church for willingly accepting the collections.


To visit and use the multi-faith library collection,
contact Barbara Richardson-Todd   (email;

To visit and use the Christian collection,
 contact Matt Key    (email;

A collection of books

and journals
about world religions
and inter-faith relations.

The Library is a collection of about 3,500 books, some journals and leaflet material about Christian Theology, the world faiths and the relationship between them.  The focus is on the scholarly study of religions and the library is a useful resource for students, teachers, ministers, or those simply interested on finding out more
 about the major religions.

The contents of the library are catalogued