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Mission Statement
To glorify God by making Christian literature available to all nations so that people may come to faith and maturity in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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51 Stephenson Street
Birmingham
West Midlands B2 4DH  • Map
Phone: 0121 643 6187   Fax: 0121 643 2471

Contact: Tracy Simpson
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Websites
www.clc.org.uk/shops/birmingham-stephenson-stre...
www.clcbookshops.com

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Opening Times
Monday to Saturday, 9.15am - 5.30pm

Products & Services Available
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Other Info
There are two branches of CLC in Birmingham: if this isn't the branch you're looking for, see CLC Bookshop Carrs Lane.

News & Notes (most recent first)
Second CLC Bookshop in Birmingham: Reclaiming and developing ministry in the West Midlands: CLC Birmingham Newsletter, 6/8/2014
Second CLC bookshop in Birmingham! CLC Bookshops Newsletter, 6/8/2014
Birmingham to receive a Christian bookselling boost as CLC decide one shop won't do: Carrs Lane premises to open Weds 6th August: UKCBD News, 4/8/2014
Birmingham: 120 years of Christian bookselling set to continue as CLC prepare to move into former Wesley Owen premises: UKCBD News, 21/1/2014

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