Revelation Café

ForgetMeNotCafeRevelation is situated in the old medieval church of St Michael at Plea on Redwell Street at the top of Bank Plain. The area is always well heated with 44 seats inside as well as use of the scented garden during the warmer months. 

Normal opening hours are 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

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Browse and shop at Revelation online for a wide range of christian books. Bibles, DVDs, candles, cards, gifts and church supplies.

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Revelation is a registered charity - number 1135412



Revelation AGM hears of optimism for future 


Revelation Christian resource centre’s AGM heard a message of hope with optimistic signs for the future last night (April 11). Keith Morris reports.

Chair of trustee, Philip Talbot, told the AGM: “We continue to see growth in some areas, building on the goodwill that exists, and remain optimistic of creating a sustainable business for the future.”
Despite an overall 8% fall in sales, income for the year has gone up thanks to an increase in donations and the charity’s deficit has been reduced, reported Philip.
“Following an appeal to our regular supporters, many have now committed to making regular donations. A capital appeal to raise £25k was also launched last November and has now reached £20k.”
This Sunday, April 17, sees the biggest fund-raiser of the year with the 3.5 mile April Amble from Revelation out to Lion Wood and back.
“We have demonstrated that Revelation can survive, even though the number of Christian bookshops across the country is diminishing.
“This is a special place for all who use it. There is a future but we are under no illusions that it will be easy. We rely heavily on volunteer help and if anyone is able to lend a hand in the bookshop or care, or to run bookstalls in their church, we would be delighted to speak to them.”
You can contact the centre on 01603 619731 or at

Pictured above is chair of trustees, Philip Talbot.