Our church library is the home of many great books, both works of fiction and non-fiction, children, youth and adult. We also have many DVD’s, in case you have already read the book.

The library is open Monday through Friday, during regular office hours. It is also open on Sunday mornings.

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      Library News

The Patmos Deception is the latest novel from the prolific pen of Davis Bunn. Dealing with an ancient island near Greece that holds an ancient secret brings together a young journalist, yearning for his big break, and a recent graduate in forensic  archeology who considers this particular assignment a dream come true. The island of Patmos where the Apostle John received his vision of the Apocalypse includes some surprises for all concerned and this account will provide some entertaining and informative reading. 
♦ Jennifer Chiaverini, author of Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker, has again brought to life in Mrs. Grant and Madame Jule  the account of two women who lived through the turmoil of the Civil War as they, at the behest of General Grant, brought the Grant children back and forth to visit him during the struggles of the ongoing and devastating war. And although Julia Grant championed the cause of abolition, she continued to hold Jule, her long-time maid and companion, as a slave—until the Emancipation Proclamation challenged Jule to take matters into her own hands.
♦ A delightful 4-book series for younger readers by Lauraine Snelling and Kathleen Damp Wright, focuses on the effort of the S.A.V.E. Squad (Sunny, Aneta, Vee, and Esther) to provide  solutions to problems of some animals in their community. Meet Wink, the basset hound, a hissing dumpster cat, a miniature horse who needs a new home, and two injured owls as the girls attempt to solve some serious problems—with unexpected twists and turns.