Bundaberg CBD showcases community focus

Bundaberg CBD showcases community focus
Bundaberg CBD showcases community focus
Jennie Brown, Tanya Watson, and Melissa Walmsley, the faces of The Hub Christian Bookstore. Image by: LEXA HARDWICK.

The Hub Christian Bookstore has made a big transfer into new premises within the coronary heart of Bundaberg’s community and CBD.

Positioned at 37 Bourbong Road, The Hub Christian Bookstore could be very welcoming.

Simply strolling in makes you wish to cease, take a breath, decelerate, and take your time strolling round.

With inventory coming in every day, there’s a wide variety on provide together with giftware, books, jewelry, Bibles, sources, native enterprise merchandise, DVDs and CDs.

There’s additionally espresso, and a comfortable place to take a seat and loosen up.

Or you may work at one of many benches arrange with energy and USB entry.

The shop is likely one of the Restoration Centre’s many community centred initiatives.

Pastor and chief Tim Lunnon stated it was outstanding to see how far the centre had come from a church plant in September 2016.

“Restoration Centre has a community centred strategy, and is dedicated to the expansion of individuals,” Mr Lunnon stated.

“We do loads within the community together with feeding the homeless with our barbecue trailer.

“We’ve counselling companies, fundamental assist and meals parcels, individuals who can pray with folks and extra.

“It was by way of our community work that we noticed a necessity for a Christian bookstore and Drop-In community area for individuals who wanted somewhat assist.”

The shop started in 2019 when Tammy A’Bell ran pop-up stalls at Hinkler and Sugarland.

This led to a part-time area in early 2020 and the transfer into the earlier retailer in August 2020.

Tammy and her crew labored tirelessly to develop and develop the area.

The brand new retailer is positioned at 37 Bourbong St in what locals name the previous BMG constructing.

Vacant for a while, the property has undergone an in depth refurbishment.

There may be ample parking and nice visibility, making it an excellent location.

“It’s nice to have Jennie Brown overseeing the bookstore at current.

“She shares in our pleasure at offering such an distinctive vary of Christian literature to the community on this up to date location.

“There may be extra pleasure to come back because the Restoration Centre strikes into new premises subsequent door in Tantitha Road.

“This can open up so many extra alternatives.

“We’re a gaggle of individuals with folks on the core, that’s why we do what we do, to point out the sensible love of God to folks in our community.”

The Hub Christian Bookstore is open from 9am Monday to Saturday they usually look ahead to having you go to.

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