We are a member of the Tonbridge Christian Book Centre Group of Shops. Established in 1977, we are a group of independently owned interdenominational resource centres, serving locations in the southern home counties of England.
Mission Statement We exist to honour Christ by stockholding and retailing material selected to encourage personal faith and to resource the local church for worship evangelism and Christian living.
Our Vision To develop community based Christian resource centres run by committed enthusiastic and knowledgeable Christians sharing their faith through their work.
Our Statement Of Faith We believe Jesus Christ to be God's son, Saviour of the world.
We believe the Bible to be God's word, relevant to contemporary culture.
We believe the Holy Spirit is active in the lives of people today using Christian resources to bring others to faith.
The only Christian bookshop in the Derby area, the Cathedral Bookshop stocks books of interest to the various Christian traditions and also books which will be of help to everyone, whatever their beliefs.
In addition to Christian books, the Bookshop also supplies Bibles; Children's Books; Dated Materials; CDs & DVDs; Gifts and Greeting Cards. A good selection of seasonal material is also stocked, especially at Easter and Christmas. The shop also holds a selection of church requisites...
It is with great regret that we have to inform our customers of the closure of the Wesley Owen store in Derby.
The recent economic conditions and the shift to online and digital books sales have meant for extremely challenging trading for High St book retailers. So we took the regrettable decision to permanently close this store as of Saturday 3rd March 2012. We are aware of the implication of this decision for our staff and our customers, and are truly sorry to have to do this...
Green Pastures is a shop in Dereham, mid-Norfolk, stocking Christian books, Bibles and many resource materials for Christian ministry, church life and personal use, in addition to gifts and cards for most occasions. We have Take Note offers on books and Bibles which are updated four times a year, and other promotions throughout the year.
Green Pastures is a registered charity, run by an interdenominational Christian Trust, that is committed to providing churches, schools, individuals and groups with the best in resources, books and gifts/awards, as well as a Christian support service.
After almost a year's closure due to the loss of stock in flood damage caused by split radiators in the severe winter of 2010/2011, The Branch Christian Books has reopened, trading Tuesday to Saturday, 10am - 4pm.
Stock is being rebuilt, with an excellent secondhand section now available.
Blythswood Care operate a large number of charity shops and depots around the UK, including four Christian bookshops.
From the Blythswood "Christian Books" page:
Blythswood bookshops offer a wide selection of Christian books for all ages.
Visit one of our shops at:
Cromer - North Norfolk
Dingwall and Lochcarron - Ross-shire
Portree - Isle of Skye
Here you will find books from publishers like: Banner of Truth, Evangelical Press, Christian Focus and Day One, covering all popular subjects such as theology, history, biography, devotional and Christian living. Our shops also stock a range of Bibles, greeting cards, gifts and DVDs...
We are a family run business in our third generation and were established in 1930. We are stockists of fine artists materials, craft and modelling goods, spinning wheels, weaving accessories and much more...
Since the church Gallery Shop opened more than 12 years ago, it has become a focus for discerning shoppers in the town who enjoy the friendly atmosphere and the extensive range of Christian books, Fairtrade foodstuffs, greetings cards and gifts. Many of the Fairtrade items we offer are unavailable at supermarkets or other food outlets and we are constantly updating our range as well as taking special orders from our customers who are seeking that special gift from the Tradecraft catalogue.
Our book selection is carefully chosen and regularly revised and offers a comprehensive range of Christian-based subjects including lively children's stories and activity books.
We have built up an enviable reputation for our gorgeous greetings card selection over the years, offering cards with and without Bible texts, all of them tasteful and attractive along with prayer cards and notelet packs at competitive prices and from a variety of suppliers...
First opened in 1971, the Churches Bookshop is run by a committee of Christians drawn from various denominations affiliated to the former Isle of Man Council of Churches (and later Churches Together in Mann) including Church of England, Methodist, URC, Roman Catholic, Quakers, Salvation Army and Pentecostal.
Mission Statement An ecumenical venture of faith to provide Christian literature for the Isle of Man and a Christian presence and ministry in the central shopping area of Douglas.
The Weigh-Inn is an independent Christian Coffee/Book/Food Shop where you can visit for a time of relaxed fellowship with other Christians.
The Bookshop offers cards for all occasions with scripture text. All age Bibles and study resources. Christian books for all ages: Biography, Prayer, Living the Christian Life, Fiction, etc.
The Coffee Shop offers hot and cold snacks and beverages and home cooked food.
We also offer Traidcraft products and loose foods, including cake, bread and pudding mixes; cakes and biscuits; cereals; dried fruit; beans and lentils; herbs and spices; rice and pasta; and much, much more: please pay us a visit to discover it all for yourself!
"FM Bookshops are one of the oldest Christian booksellers in Scotland, serving the Christian community for over 85 Years."
Faith Mission Bookshops stock a large variety of Christian Books, including Theology, Biographies, Devotional books, Commentaries and Bibles; as well as large selections of Christian music, both traditional and contemporary...
If anything is not immediately available we can access it for you using our special ordering service...
The Burning Bush Christian Bookshop is run by Billy and Ruth Neill, who took it over in 1991 from its previous owner.
It was in 1991 that Lurgan girl Patricia Moutray, proprietor of the Burning Bush, felt called to a Bible College in England and put the shop up for sale.
"We were challenged as we felt a Christian witness was leaving the town," said Ruth. "As we approached Patricia about the possibility of purchasing the shop, the Lord opened the door wide with a word from Galatians 6:10, and we knew without a doubt this was what He wanted us to do." "Let us do good to all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith."
Open Treasure: a major development at Durham Cathedral
Durham Cathedral is undertaking a project called Open Treasure - a major development which will transform the way in which the Cathedral buildings are experienced, understood and used to the glory of God, both as working buildings and to the benefit of those who visit.
The current phase of Open Treasure focuses on the monastic claustral buildings. Work has begun to transform what was previously The Treasures of St Cuthbert exhibition area, into a retail space full of character and beauty in its own right - we are calling this work Phase 1a of Open Treasure. We expect the new shop to open late summer 2012...
A Turbulent History Durham Cathedral Shop has had a somewhat turbulent history in recent years, outlined briefly below. Following the Brewer brothers' early relinquishment of their lease, however, the shop reopened on 1st March 2010 under the Cathedral's own management.
The shop's location and operations are currently under review as part of the Cathedral's ongoing World Heritage Site development strategy (see opposite: "Open Treasure"). More information will be posted here as and when it emerges...
Despite the claimed bankruptcy, the family (headed up by J Mark and Philip W Brewer) continued to trade under a variety of spurious identities until 2009 when the Charity Commission seized control of the parent organisation, the St Stephen the Great Charitable Trust, and began to close down its operations.
Durham appears to have been the only shop in the group over which the Charity Commission declined to take an interest.