Dovecote Christian Bookshop

Was opened in 1996 by Fiona Castle and is a great example of the local Christians working together. After two moves, its home is now in the former entrance area of Epsom Methodist Church in the town centre.

After the move Dovecote Christian Bookshop was re-opened on June 21st 2007 in the former vestibule of Epsom Methodist Church by Lady Annabel Titman.

Although on Church premises, it is a totally independent Christian retailer.

Open 6 days each week, the shop sells books for all age groups, Bibles, cards, CDs, DVDs, and many varied gift items.

Books for Churches, known full-time Christian workers and bona fide students, who show a valid Students' Union card, are discounted by 10%.

Dovecote believes it offers a valuable and much needed service to the Christian community in Epsom and Ewell, and the surrounding district, but the project can only survive with help and support from church members from across the Churches in Epsom and Ewell.

User friendly

• No stairs

• Wide entrance door

• In the town centre

What we offer

• Wide range of Christian books, music, cards and gifts

• An ecumenical Christian Bookshop

• Special Ordering service -see below

• Supply of regular Standing Orders

 Orders or request or general enquires via e-mail to Dovecote Book Shop contact -  HERE 

Or Phone: 01372 817707

Mission Statement

To offer residents and visitors to Epsom a place for the selection and purchase of Christian publications, music and associated products.

Open 6 days each week, the shop sells books for all age groups, Bibles, cards for every occasion, CDS, DVDs, and many varied gift items. We specialise in obtaining any book, conforming with its Christian aims, for its customers.

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Dovecote Book Shop e-mail special offers

As appropriate the staff of Dovecote circulates the superb latest offers available at the shop.

This group mail is sent to all those that wish this and every e-mail is hidden.

There is a new option to JOIN (if you do not get the latest offers)

or if you do you may wish to get yourself REMOVED.

Just use the following CLICK here to send a message to the office, in the Subject line put JOIN DOVECOTE LIST

 

or REMOVE DOVECOTE  LIST, it helps if you are joining to add your name/s as some e-mails are not explicit!

 

Dovecote Book Shop

Address: 13 Ashley Road, Epsom, KT18 5AQ

Hours:

Sunday Closed

Monday 10am–5pm

Tuesday 10am–5pm

Wednesday 10am–5pm

Thursday 10am–5pm

Friday 10am–5pm

Saturday 10am–5pm

Phone: 01372 817707

 All above are available from Dovecote Book Shop -  HERE 

Please note the enquiry mails are checked for abuses/scams/phishing etc.

if these are found your mail will be blocked.

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We are delighted you wish to order book/s from Dovecote,

we value your custom.

Please send the required information, using post, telephone or e-mail and we will contact you the moment it arrives, we accept most major credit cards,

 please do not put any credit details on any e-mail sent, await our telephone reply.

Note use of the following implies a specific order and all transactions are recorded as a matter of fact

If you can supply, ISBN number, author, title, number of copies, publisher, cost if known.

But we are able to track down the book or other items required from a little information.

We are happy to order products that we hold in stock or normally trade in, these range from Church effects, cards, papers, compact discs, and a wide variety of toys. You are welcome to either browse through our showroom or request information to be e-mailed to you.

Please send the required information, using post, telephone or e-mail and we will contact you the moment it arrives, we accept most major credit cards, please  await our  reply.

Select the items that apply, open the e-mail using the method above, enter your requirements, quoting as much information as possible and then let us know how to contact you.

 

The bible states(Genesis 8:11), a dove was released by Noah after the flood in order to find land; it came back carrying a freshly plucked olive leaf, a sign of life after the Flood and of God's bringing Noah, his family and the animals to land.