The Hope Centre, is an initiative of Hope in North East Cheshire.
It is based in the old Wesley Owen bookshop in Park Green, Macclesfield. It functions both as a coffee shop, and a Christian bookshop selling books, CD and other fairly traded goods. In addition to these commercial aspects is is designed to provide a beacon of hope to the people of Macclesfield.
Mission Statement The Hope Centre exists to provide a means by which the churches of Macclesfield and the surrounding area can in a practical and unimposing manner reach out to the people of the town with hope and compassion.
Cornerstone is an independent Christian Bookshop, staffed entirely by volunteers.
Any profits are used for distributing the Christian message as per our mission statement (see below). We do this by running a Bible reading competition each year for infant and junior school children, and we get the Mayor of Maghull to distribute the prizes. All children who enter get a Christian book. We also give books to the schools who send groups of children to take part.
Change is afoot at Quench in Maidenhead (formerly St Andrew's Bookshop). Under the watchful eye of Tony Bronnimann, whom you may remember from years gone by, the shop is undergoing significant refurbishment, with some exciting plans for the future...
In the meantime, it is business as usual, with a full range of books, CD's, DVD's, cards and gifts available. We are just off the central Maidenhead High Street, so do pop in and say hello, and give us your ideas of how we can make Quench the best Christian bookshop that Maidenhead has ever seen...
St Andrew's Bookshop, Maidenhead, became part of the Quench Bookshops group in mid-2009.
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.
Welcome to the Abbey Bookshop, which has been part of the Abbey's life for over 30 years. We aim to supply good Christian books and our entire net profit supports the ministry of the Abbey, so by using the Abbey bookshop you are helping in this vital work. We stock a large range of books and Bibles, from Benedictine spirituality to Evangelical outreach. We have a very popular children's section and an exciting selection of CDs and DVDs, gifts, cards and jewellery. We encourage fair trading in overseas products and stock hand painted toys from Sri Lanka and olive wood products from the Holy Land. We also source locally produced gifts where possible, such as pottery and jigsaws. We look forward to welcoming you during your visit to the Abbey...
Our Christian Resource Centre is open to the public 4 days per week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and other times by arrangement.
We stock a number of titles by popular Christian authors, CD's, teaching materials, and a wide variety of greetings cards...
We have an array of Christian publications ranging from books, magazines, bible reading notes and bibles to cards for most occasions, bible software, audio bibles, music CD's and DVD's. Our range of books includes categories such as Christian Life, Prayer, Fiction, Bible Study Guides, Books for Men, Books for Women, Children's Books, Youth Books and many more...
New chapter for St Denys' Published: 03 November 2011
The basement of Manchester Cathedral Visitor Centre is now home to St Denys' Bookshop, an independent store providing theological books and church supplies run by Penny Glover and Sue Usher.
The store has just moved from Oak Street in the Northern Quarter to a location at the heart of the Christian community and, hopefully, a lot easier for people to find.
So what has been involved in the move? Packing up and transporting stock; gutting and painting the new location; moving in fittings and shelves; displaying stock in an accessible and attractive manner; ensuring that customers and suppliers know about the change of location - all to be done at one of the busiest times of the year while trying to maintain a service for as long as logistically possible...
Taste and See Bookshop and Coffee Shop is a ministry of the Maranatha Community. We supply a wide range of Christian books, cards and gifts, and we are able to order and supply (over the counter and by mail order) any Christian book in print.
Archived Entries for Manchester stores which have ceased trading
Closure announcement posted at www.cts-manchester.org.uk:
We are sorry to announce the closure of our bookshop in Manchester city centre. As regular customers will be aware, the past few years have been a financial struggle, with the inexorable rise in the cost of renting city centre premises, and the changes which have taken place in the retail sector.
A new bookshop will be opening in the Diocese of Salford Cathedral Centre in early November. For more information, see the Diocese of Salford website.
123 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2BY Reopened as Living Oasis in March 2010; ceased trading in July 2011.
The Mustard Seed Ceased trading (Archived Entry)
Also known as MOVE (Mansfield's Outreach Venture in Evangelism), Mansfield Christian Book Centre is a small friendly bookshop with a welcoming atmosphere. We are close to the town centre, with parking nearby.
A registered charity, run by trustees from a number of different churches, we offer a wide selection of books (for adults and children), Bibles, novelties and CDs. We are also able to order many other books; tea and coffee are available.
Mission Statement Bought for the town - serving the community.
Specialist Interests Office for ICIS, In Christ In Schools (01623 631000)
We want to help the church be trained and equipped for 21st century mission. To this end, the bookshop supplies books, bibles, bible reading notes, CDs, DVDs, greeting cards, gifts, and church resources.
Please feel free to come and browse and, if we don't have something that you want in stock, please ask and we will happily order it for you. Our assistants love to help and will gladly give you advice and search out resources for you...
Established in 1985, Cornerstone Christian Bookshop has been in operation for more than 25 years. It started as a church bookstall in Matlock Bath, run by members of the local church with the prime aim of providing Christian literature to the local area. It was opened by representatives of Christian Literature Crusade. A charitable trust was formed and shortly afterwards we moved to rented premises in Matlock. Increasing support and prayer led us to our present bookshop at Dale Road, Matlock where we have been for 16 years...
MK Christian Books opened on Wednesday 18th March 2015.
Situated just two miles from Wolverton and within easy reach by public transport, the shop is the nearest alternative for former customers of St Andrew's Bookshop, Wolverton, which closed down at the end of February 2015.
Launches on Tuesday 1st November here at Calvary, 344 Muir St, Motherwell ML1 1BN. The Resource Centre will be open Monday to Friday every afternoon between 1pm and 4pm.
We have a large variety of audio Bible Studies available on CD and MP3 which cover every book of the Bible. We have in the region of 5000 studies - including Books of the Bible, Topical Studies and Character studies which can be used for personal study, for preparation if you are called to preach or teach, and also if you want to listen to them as part of a small study group.
Also available is a library of DVDs featuring both teaching DVDs and a good selection of Christian documentaries and movies. These can also be used to personal Bible study and small groups and can be borrowed free of charge from us...
Established in the early 70's, the GLO (Gospel Literature Outreach) Bookshop Motherwell has grown steadily over the years by offering a wide range of stock and good customer service. It is now recognised as Scotland's leading independent Christian resource centre.
We work in association with other national GLO organisations.
Registered Scottish Charity - SCO07355
Mission Statement The Bookshop is a Business Ministry of Gospel Literature Outreach. Surplus income from the Bookshop is used to help spread the Good News of Jesus Christ, supporting GLO workers and Teams all over the world.