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Food for Thought, Clay Cross Food For Thought opened its door in 1986 as a Christian witness on the High St in Clay Cross in North Derbyshire. The shop is independently owned by Holmgate Evangelical Church and has a full time manager. It has two sections, the front being a bookshop selling a wide selection of Christian books, from biographies to children's books and reading notes to Christian living etc. We also stock a wide range of greeting cards and gifts along with a display of local Christian artwork.

To the back of the building is a cosy coffee shop where you can relax with a homemade cake, snack and a drink. You can have a quiet time or chat and make new friends, the choice is yours.

The shop has developed the line 'more than just a bookshop' with pastoral care being high on its list of priorities.

The shop is available to bring a stall to any Christian or secular event and takes regular bookings from around the area.

We are easily accessible on the High St in Clay Cross by car or public transport. Come along and have a browse and relax in the coffee shop.


Christian Café

Specialist Interests
Evangelicalism

Entry Updated: 9/2/2013 | Out of date? | Blog
34 High Street
Clay Cross
Chesterfield
Derbyshire S45 9DY  • Map
Phone: 01246 866013

Contact: Tony Carter
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Websites
www.foodforthoughtclaycross.co.uk
www.holmgatechurch.org.uk/page9.html

Find Food for Thought on facebook

Opening Times
Monday & Tuesday, 9.30am - 4pm*
Thursday & Friday, 9.30am - 4pm*
Saturday, 9.30am - 1pm
* Café closes at 2pm

Products & Services Available
checkboxChristian Books & Bibles
checkboxCards, Gifts & Music
checkboxCredit & Debit Cards accepted

Also Available
Church Bookstall Service
Homemade Cakes
Local Christian Artwork

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