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Abingdon Press

Abingdon Press
Parent company United Methodist Publishing House
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location Nashville, Tennessee
Imprints Dimensions for Living, Kingswood Books
Official website .com.abingdonpresswww


Abingdon Press is the book publishing arm of the United Methodist Publishing House[1] which publishes sheet music, ministerial resources, Bible-study aids, and other items, often with a focus on Methodism and Methodists. Abingdon Press was begun in the early 1900s by The Methodist Church, and is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. Its retail division is called Cokesbury.

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  1. ^ Abingdon Press: About Us accessed April 3, 2010

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  • United Methodist Publishing House
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