Shop at the Cathedral Bookstore by phone or email!
St. John’s Cathedral operates a cozy and inviting bookstore and gift shop in The Brown House, 221 E Church St. Stop by and browse our wide selection of religious and spiritual books and an array of gifts, many that support local and global social enterprises. You may enjoy freshly brewed coffee and tea while you shop. Any books used in a Wednesday night or weekday book study are also ordered for easy pick up. Since its inception in 2012, proceeds from The Cathedral Bookstore and Gift Shop have benefited outreach ministries of St. John’s Cathedral. Shop where your purchase makes a difference in our community!
Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
with extended hours on Wednesday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
For information or to inquire about special orders, contact Kathryn Bissette, Bookstore Manager at [email protected] or call (904) 632-9104 ext. 152.
Kathryn BissetteBookstore Manager
(904) 632-9104 ext. 152 |
Kathryn Bissette is a native of Tallahassee, and lived for 20 years in Atlanta during college, and when she worked in the securities industry as a bank stock analyst for several regional brokerage firms. She and her family moved to Jacksonville, Florida in 2005 and have been members of the Cathedral for 15 years. Kathryn and her husband, Mack, have two college-aged children, Ella and Nathan. Kathryn has been the bookstore manager of St. John’s Cathedral Bookstore & Gift Shop since 2012. Come and see us in our wonderful new location in the Brown House, which is located across the street from the Cathedral.
St. John’s Cathedral Bookstore & Gift Shop is a member of the Episcopal Booksellers Association (EBA), a national community of over 40 Episcopal church bookstores. Kathryn has served on the board of the Episcopal Booksellers Association (EBA) since 2015 and was recently named Executive Director. As EBA’s executive director, Kathryn’s responsibilities include growing relationships between stores and publishers; aiding brick and mortar stores in the skills needed to survive increasing online buying; and educating all Episcopal churches about EBA bookstores.