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Indian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (ISPCK) travel through three centuries has been an inspiring saga of challenge and change. The story began way back in 1710 when the Germans, Danish Lutherans and British Anglicans got together to establish the SPCK in South India. Since then the ISPCK has traversed through a long and rewarding journey of Indianisation and diversification.

What We Do


Leveraging enterprise strengths of over three centuries in terms of deep consumer insights, unwavering focus on quality, innovation, reader led differentiation, product excellence has helped the ISPCK create vibrant brands.

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The ISPCK, for more than a decade has been providing regular and comprehensive professional training assistance to Christian communicators from India and Asian countries.

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ISPCK' abiding vision to serve the national church priorities has led to the creation of unique and innovative distribution models.

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Publish with ISPCK

Rooted in a rich 300-year tradition, ISPCK is far ahead of its contemporaries in the world of Publishing, Sales and Marketing. Partner and publish with our professional team for an outreach you never imagined was possible. Contact us. You'll leave indelible prints on the minds and hearts of millions, worldwide.

Social Intervention

Free School

The ISPCK teaming up with World Literacy Free Schools Programme, Canada took on board the Free Schools Programme for the 4-14 window.

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'Disha' one of the most celebrated women's empowerment initiative has helped raise rural incomes by energizing village communities into vibrant economic organizations.

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Refugee Services

Around 11,000 Burmese Refugees living in the vicinity of Uttam Nagar, New Delhi have over 350 school going children under the primary level.

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Life Skills Development

From 1998 more than 5000 women have benefitted by ISPCK's globally acknowledged Women's Empowerment Programme.

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