Named after a beloved Christian educator, the library contains a wide variety of books and electronic media exploring our faith and spirituality, the Bible, Christian living, social and family issues.
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Our library collection is always growing; the Library Committee works hard to find and procure relevant new books each year. Click Here to link to the most recent listing of new books. You can browse some of our collection in the links below, but the catalogues don’t always include the newest items – so be sure to stop by the library from time to time and see what’s on display.
Download the Library Catalogue: (PDF)
How do I sign something out?
When you find something you like, signing it out is easy! Each item has a sign-out card, just print your first and last name, the date, and your telephone number or email address on the card, and then leave the card in the wooden box on the desk in the Family Room. You’ll also find these instructions on the desk, just in case you forget.
How long can I hold on to it?
Book loans are for four weeks. As with any library, overdue books can be a bit of problem for us. Out of respect for other users who may be waiting patiently for the resource you’ve got, please return items within the four-week loan period.
Do you accept donations?
We welcome book donations, however, to keep it manageable we do have some guidelines to help you know what types of books and materials we accept, and what we can’t.
Adult, young adult and children’s resources that are relevant, current and in good condition. Resources can fall into the category of academic/instructional or can be Christian fiction.
We can’t accept
Duplicates of titles already in the collection, workbooks, Bible studies, or magazines. We also ask that you limit donations to three items. Because of space constraints, we’re not able to accept large collections. Although we appreciate all donations, items not falling within our guidelines will be donated to other organisations.
Thanks for your help!
The Library Committee