The Bookshop is contactable by email - email@example.com and telephone – 01245 294405.
The Diocesan Office remains closed to visitors at this time. However, Bookshop collections can be arranged by appointment only from the front of 53 New Street and adhering to social distancing guidelines.
There is also the option of orders being delivered by Royal Mail or courier.
Please do telephone or email for further information.
We thank you for your loyal custom and hope you are well and staying safe.
We look forward to welcoming you back when our usual service can be resumed
Did you know that Chelmsford has its own Christian Bookshop
The Chelmsford Christian Bookshop is located in the Diocesan offices at 53 New Street, Chelmsford and is open from 9.00am - 5.00pm.
Email Bookshop, tel 01245 294405.
We stock a range of:
- Books with a spiritual theme
- Prayer books
- Children’s books
- School resources
- Cards and Prints
- Journals and Devotionals
- Bible Reading Notes
- Christian Gifts
- Church administration supplies - registers, candles, altar breads, certificates etc.
FREE POSTAGE ON ALL ADVENT BOOKS and ADVENT CALENDARS DURING NOVEMBER (small parcel rate only)
Top 10 Advent books to read chosen by the Bookshop
1.Into the Heart of Advent Penelope Wilcock
2. Frequencies of God Carys Walsh
3. 37 Kings and a Budgerigar Richard Littledale
4. Do Nothing Christmas is Coming Stephen Cottrell
5.Making Christmas Happen Susan Sayers
6.Celtic Advent David Cole
7. THe Art of Advent Jane williams
8. Advent For Everyone Tom Wright
9. Haphazard by Starligh Janet Morley
10. The One True Light Tim Chester
Book of the Month
Comfort and Joy
Comfort and Joy is the Church of England's 2020 Christmas campaign. Taking inspiration from a traditional carol service, it features daily reflections for the Christmas season from Kate Bottley, Jonathan Bryan, Bob Chilcot, Martha Collison, Stephen Cottrell, Guli Francis-Dehqani, Chine McDonald, Sally Phillips and Justin Welby. Beginning on Christmas Day and ending on 2 January, each day explores a Bible reading and a familiar carol, encouraging us to look with fresh eyes at how the timeless truth of Christmas might shape our lives in these extraordinary times, and inviting us toVIEW BOOK