The Episcopal Bookshop is located adjacent to the Cathedral parking lot.
We have a fine selection of books, cards, jewelry, gifts, and fair trade items.
672 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38105
Monday through Friday, 9:30am - 4:30pm
Inclement weather policy: We follow Shelby County Schools and close when they cancel for inclement weather.
For questions or comments, email ebook [at] bellsouth [dot] net
The wonderful folks at the Episcopal Bookshop are ready to serve you!
Some of the fabulous items you can find!George Carruth
George Carruth is one of America’s most
popular sculptors and was featured in a
documentary on public television titled
“George Carruth: An American Sculptor”.
The sculpture can be displayed
indoors or out.
Ten Thousand Villages
Fair trade baskets from Ten Thousand Villages
come from all over the world.
This one comes from Bangladesh.
Sara Rubin Ceramics
Trays, plaques, crosses.
Bronze from Creator Mundi:
Distinctive Sacred Art and Gifts
Designs of heirloom quality, including crosses, crucifixes, pendants, plaques, and statues imported from Germany.
Quilling, the art of rolling or coiling and shaping of small strips of paper to create a design, dates back to Egyptian times.
During the Renaissance, nuns and monks would roll gold-gilded paper remnants trimmed during the bookmaking process and use them to decorate religious objects as an alternative to costly gold filigree.
The art got its name due to use of bird’s feathers (quill) to coil the paper upon. Today quilling is still practiced throughout the globe as an art form.
Our cards are all handcrafted in Vietnam by artists who create three dimensional greeting cards. Don’t just send a card, send art!
We look forward to your visit!