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New location for Bible book store
IB Majesty Bible
Majesty Bible, located at 2585 Geer Rd., is an independent Christian bookstore that features Bibles, books and gifts. - photo by Photo Contributed

Name of Business: Majesty Bible

Type of Business: Christian book store

Hours: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Location: 2585 Geer Rd., Turlock

Contact Information: 634-6000

Business Specialty: Bibles, books and gifts


With Christmas right around the corner you may find yourself searching for ideas and gifts that bring out the true meaning of Christmas. Majesty Bible can do just that.

Formerly located off of Tegner Road, Majesty Bible is now featured in a more populated area of Turlock off of Geer Road and is excited to continue to serve the community, especially with the holiday season coming up.

“Our personalized Bibles are a really popular gift,” said Jacquelyne Reece, store manager for Turlock. “Something that is imprinted with your name makes it that much more special.”

Reece added that the Turlock location also features the 12 Days of Christmas in December where there are great deals to find on gifts like Christian books, Bibles and kids' items. She stressed their commitment to helping customers find a Bible, book or whatever it is they’re looking for that best matches their gift needs.

“It’s a really welcoming and friendly environment,” said Reece. “We want to help you find what you’re looking for, and if we don’t have it we’re more than happy to order it.”

Hary Daud opened the first Majesty Bible in Fresno over 25 years ago and has opened three other stores in California since then.

“I have a friend that is a pastor in Denair and he was instrumental with the opening of the Turlock location,” said Daud.

The Turlock location opened five years ago and has since moved to its more central location at the end of September.

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“I’m not a jack of all trades, but I’m a jack of this trade,” said Daud. “My heart is not divided, this is it for me. I want to serve these communities with books and I want to serve them well.”