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.

Monthly Update



Robert Whitlow has developed another of his legal scene novels in the John Grisham style with A House Divided. Portraying three generations of a family focused on the heritage of becoming attorneys, each of the key personalities brings unique qualities to a convoluted, engaging account of the inner workings of settling complicated legal matters while meeting the challenge of clashing personal quirks.
Elizabeth Goudge, a British novelist whose father was an Anglican priest, has written for many audiences with her skillful portrayal of characters and settings in the English countryside. The Rosemary Tree, copyrighted in 1956, is a fine example of her gift of using just the right descriptive words to present the engaging account of a family whose varied personalities create challenges for a peaceful household as the main character, country vicar John Wentworth, is caught between his family and his church and its needs.
We’ve read and heard much about the well known queens of the Bible, including Jezebel and Esther, but Liz Curtis Higgs has produced an intriguing volume    introducing in a new and easily-understood way the complicated, highly intelligent Queen of Sheba. In this entertaining, informative book, It’s Good to Be Queen, you will be challenged to utilize the gifts each has been given to engage with others and above all, honor the King of Kings as His creation.
Two recently published volumes written by Kristy Cambron in her “Hidden Masterpiece” series will transport you between the routines of modern life and the startling and intriguing connections between the present and the horrific experiences of those who lived in and participated in the turmoil of living through the world-shaking events of World War II and the efforts of Godless leaders to impose unbelievable hardships on those caught in their snares. The Butterfly and the Violin and The Sparrow of Terezin will  provide a deeper understanding of the strength that resides deep in the hearts of individuals even in the face of overwhelming evil.