The anonymous author of the UK Unitarian blog praises the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Poconos for opening a bookstore. OK, I think, if it is a second-hand store for fundraising, or if combined with a coffee shop, again as a fundraiser or as a community focus point, then fine. But the economics of such a shop leave me wondering.
But British Anabaptists have a string of nineteen resource houses, to complement in essence the London Mennonite Centre, covering the United Kingdom pretty well, leaving northern Wales, northern Scotland and islands deprived. Anabaptists in Holyhead, Aberdeen, and Lerwick take notice. Portsmouth, too, for good measure.