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The Christian Bookshop, Birkenhead (website snapshot 10/4/2015) From the shop's "About Us" page:

The Christian Bookshop was opened in April 1946 at 14 Grange Road West, Birkenhead. Although the shop has changed in appearance in over 60 years it has continued to trade from the same address.

It was established by the Emmanuel Holiness Church whose vision was for the bookshop to make Christian literature available on the Wirral, and if possible to provide funds for mission work.

The range of stock that we carry has grown since then, but our vision remains the same...

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14 Grange Road West
Merseyside CH41 4DA  • Map
Phone: 0151 647 8743   Fax: 0871 218 3340

Contact: Liz Barton

Home: www.christian-bookshop.org
Amazon Storefront: www.amazon.co.uk/shops/cbsbirkenhead

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Opening Times
Monday to Friday, 9.30am - 5pm
Saturday, 9am - 5pm

Products & Services Available
checkbox Member of the Booksellers Association
checkbox Booktokens Stockist | Caboodle
checkboxChristian Books & Bibles
checkboxCards, Gifts & Music
checkboxSoftware and DVDs
checkboxCredit & Debit Cards accepted
checkboxMail Order service

Also Available
Gift Vouchers
Rebecca's Christian Pottery

Other Services
Church Bookstalls
Church & School Partnership Scheme

Other Info
Registered Charity No. 1099726

News & Notes (most recent first)
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The Christian Book Store: Yelp Reviews, 2010

CBC Logo Winner, Christian Booksellers' Convention Small Christian Retailer of the Year Award 2002

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