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Cornerstone Bookshop, Edinburgh (website snapshot 10/5/2013) From the shop's homepage:
In the heart of Edinburgh there is a bookshop that is independent, ecumenical and inclusive. We provide spiritual, pastoral and theological resources for people throughout Scotland and beyond. We also stock a wide range of cards, gifts and church supplies. Cornerstone has a welcoming atmosphere with space to browse in peaceful surroundings and is run by a team of dedicated staff and volunteers who aim to provide a friendly and knowledgeable service...

Specialist Interests
Library Supply, Mail Order and Out of Print Search

Other Services
Church & Conference Bookstall Service
Student Discounts

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St John's Church Terrace
Princes Street
Edinburgh
Midlothian
Scotland EH2 4BJ  • Map
Phone: 0131 229 3776   Fax: 0131 229 0382

Contact: Margaret Leeming
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Websites
www.cornerstonebooks.org.uk
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Opening Times
Monday to Saturday, 10am - 5pm

Products & Services Available
checkbox Member of the Booksellers Association
checkbox Booktokens Stockist
checkboxChristian Books & Bibles
checkboxCards, Gifts & Music
checkboxCredit Cards accepted
checkboxMail Order service

Also Available
Sacristy supplies, including candles, communion wine and wafers.

News & Notes (most recent first)
Programme for Readings at the Cornerstone Bookshop August 2012: The Golden Thread of Poetry, 20/6/2012
Cornerstone Bookshop, Edinburgh: Scottish Episcopal Church, Related Organisations Directory (undated)
Cornerstone Bookshop Edinburgh: Qype Review, 8/12/2008

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