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Church Times bookshop

Church Times Bookshop offers discounts on many of the books featured or reviewed in the Church Times.

All books with a Church Times Bookshop price featured in the Church Times can be ordered in one of the following ways:

Online: This week's books can be found on the Church House Bookshop website at

When checking out enter the following code into the 'Voucher code' box for a 10% discount on Church Times Bookshop titles: WPCF4MD9K5 – valid until 23/11/11

Phone: 020 7799 4064

Fax: 020 7340 9997


Please tell us which title(s) you would like to order, how many copies, and your name, address and telephone number. A CT Bookshop representative will contact you on receipt of your request. Please note that this is not a secure payment line.

Post: Church House Bookshop, 31 Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3BN

Pay by any major credit card (not American Express) or Switch/Maestro, or by cheque payable to "Church House Bookshop".

Please add postage:

  • UK orders up to £25, postage is £2.50
  • £25.01-£75 postage is £5.00
  • Orders of £75.01 and above are postage free.
  • Overseas orders and postage will be quoted for individually.

Church Times Bookshop will endeavour to sell you the book at the price advertised. However, occasionally on publication, the published price is altered, in which case we will notify you prior to debiting your card.

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