The Founding of Christianity in Britain and the History of Netherton and South Crosland was written by Douglas N. Dearnley and published in 1985 by Barden Print of Huddersfield.
- Chapter I: The Christianising and Founding of Roman Catholicism in Britain
- Chapter II: Protestantism and Roman Catholic attempts to restore their Faiths
- Chapter III: The continuing struggle to maintain Protestantism in the Church of England
- Chapter IV: Local involvement in neighbouring Chapels and the 'Mother' Parish Church of Almondbury
- Chapter V: The Industrial Scene and Political Unrest leading to a massive Church Building Scheme
- Chapter VI: The Building of Holy Trinity Church, South Crosland
- Chapter VII: South Crosland Church in the 19th Century
- Chapter VIII: South Crosland Church from 1901 to 1976
- Chapter IX: The Local Parish Church from 1977 to 1985
- Chapter X: The Church Choir
- Chapter XI: The Sunday School
- Chapter XII: Day Schools in the Area
- Chapter XIII: Striving for Christian Unity
- Chapter XIV: The Return of Disorder and Violence
Under the terms of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, the copyright of literary, dramatic, musical or artistic works in the United Kingdom expires at the end of the period of 70 years from the end of the calendar year in which the author died.
The author, Douglas Norman Dearnley, died in 2002 and copyright on his works will expire at the end of 2072.