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Luton Christian Book Centre Christian CaféLuton Christian Book Centre was launched in February 2004 as a result of the merger of the former Crusader Book Centre and Hightown Christian Books. It is based in a purpose-built 1,300 sq ft area of Kestin House, national headquarters of Urban Saints (previously known as the Crusaders). The shop serves the local community and provides a mail order service to Urban Saints' national ministry.

The book centre complements the other conference facilities available from within the Urban Saints headquarters, which includes a 100 seater, fully-equipped conference suite with a "break-out" seminar room and commercial kitchen for catering purposes. Organisations interested in hiring the new conference facility should contact Urban Saints on 01582 589851.

Mission Statement
Our vision is to forge closer links with all churches in Luton and the surrounding area, to focus on the needs of our customers and provide a range of Christian books, music, resources and cards to meet their needs.

Specialist Interests
Youthwork Resources

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Kestin House, 45 Crescent Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU2 OAH   • Map
Phone: 01582 723210

Contact: John Maple

Websites
www.lutonchristianbookcentre.org.uk
urbansaints.org/pages/4176/Luton_Christian_Bo...
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Opening Times
Monday to Saturday, 9.30am - 5pm

Products & Services Available
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checkboxCards, Gifts & Music
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Also Available
Free customer parking: car park entrance via Crescent Road.

News & Notes (most recent first)
Crusaders Press Release: February 2004 (pdf, 53kb )






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