Grace Church library offers books and more



Library resources for Adven

Missional church leadership
Faith and the judicial process.
Faith and politics

The church library, near the Division Street entrance, is housed in an inviting room with stained glass windows, comfortable chairs, and a fireplace. A search station for the on-line catalog is located at the checkout desk, and the room is generally available for browsing and self-service whenever the building is open. On Sunday mornings, you will also find coffee, snacks, and friendly library volunteers.

In addition to books and magazines, the collection includes both commercial and Grace-produced DVDs and videotapes.

Fiction for all ages is available. The focus of the nonfiction collection is on “the literature of compassion” (interpreted broadly), and new items are shelved almost weekly to keep pace with the many interests of members and friends of the congregation. Topics include church history, religious life and practice, personal and family issues, health and wellness, global issues, politics, and culture.

Special collections--one for younger children, another for older children, and one display with intergenerational appeal--and a section on Lutheran life and practice are shelved near the windows.

We encourage you to stop by often!