The All Saints Library is a wonderful source of spiritual education, with a mission to offer Christian resources to nourish the soul and enrich the lives of the congregation. The wide-ranging collection includes books on Biblical topics, theology, church history, church order, prayer, healing, family, and more. There is also a special section for youth and children. We encourage you to use it to the fullest.
Where Is It?
The library is located near the Grafton Street entrance, just at the top of the stairs.
How Is It Organized?
The books are shelved according to broad topic areas, which are indicated by labels on the shelves. Within each category, books are arranged alphabetically by author. Magazines and scholarly journals are located in the topical shelving area along with the books, on end tables, and in the standing magazine rack. A segment of the collection on prayer, healing, and angelology is located in the church’s Prayer Room.
The children’s corner has a child-sized table and chairs, with some small toys and crayons in addition to children’s books.
When Is It Open?
The library is open for use on Sundays and on weekdays during the church’s regular hours of 9am-5pm. NOTE: On weekdays, please let Elise Carlson in the Church office know that you’re there.
How To Check Out Books?
To borrow a book, just fill out a check-out slip, located on the desk at the entrance to the library. We ask that you return the book within two or three weeks.
What’s Happening Now?
Over the next few months, the librarians will be augmenting the library with new resources, particularly related to youth and topics of everyday life, and making it easier to locate items. They will be rearranging the books to restore proper order on the shelves, as well as bringing the online catalog up to date and making it accessible from the library computers.
Wireless internet access is available in the All Saints Library. Feel free to bring your laptop and log on!
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