First Presbyterian Church Library

Welcome!

The First Presbyterian Church Library has hundreds of books, DVDs, and other resources to help you and your family grow in your Christian faith. We have materials for adults, for men and women, for children, for teens, and for Seniors. We have fiction books spanning every genre, theology books that delve into life’s deepest questions, books on prayer and discipleship, and many commentaries and other resources that will help you dig deeper into the Bible. We also have a collection of classic and contemporary videos and audio resources, including dramas and comedies as well as non-fiction documentaries. We have a small bookstore where you can buy new books recommended by Pastor Eric and books tied our current focus as a church. 
 

Location and Hours

We are located in Fellowship Hall, and we are open for use before and after the church services on Sundays. If you haven’t visited us yet, or if you haven’t visited us recently, drop by! We’ve been adding, pruning, and re-organizing our resources, and we’ve even started an online catalog.
 

How to Check Out a Book

Checking out a book or DVD is simple and quick! Just fill out the date, your name, and your phone or email on the library card attached to the book or DVD you want to check out. Then drop the card in the basket on the desk in the center of the library. Library materials can be checked out for 2 weeks at a time.

Online Resources

Check out our Resource
page for links to online books, Bible study helps, videos, and more.
 

Online Catalog     

Search our online catalog. Find all of our materials catalogued here.
 

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Questions?

 

Book Request?

Is there a resource you want us to add? Submit a request!
 

Library News and Updates

Dealing with Grief

This Sunday (April 15), the FPC Library will be displaying books on grief. Have you or someone you know been struggling with grief and hardships in your life? We have books by various Christian authors that may be able to help you.
 
Our books on grief are not in our online catalog yet, but many of our other books are and you can take a look at them here. When our books on grief are not being displayed you can find them in our Non-Fiction section under the number 248.86. Stop by on Sunday and browse our collection of resources on grief.
 
The FPC Library is open Sunday mornings before and after the service. You can contact us by email here.


Check Out Our Christian Fiction Books!

This Sunday (April 8), stop by the FPC Library and take a look at our large collection of Christian fiction for adults, youth, and children! We will be displaying a selection of these books on our display tables outside the library, but many more books are also available inside the library.
 
All of our fiction is catalogued in our online catalog and available to be browsed online. You can take a look at our Adult Fiction here, our Youth Fiction here, and all of our Children’s books (fiction and non-fiction) here. We have a wide variety of books for everyone with over 650 books in our Adult Fiction section, almost 300 books in our Youth Fiction section, and over 500 books in our Children’s books section. 
 
The FPC Library is located in Fellowship Hall and open before and after the service on Sundays. You can contact us by email here.


FPC Library Closed on Easter Sunday

On Easter Sunday (April 1), the FPC Library will be closed. Enjoy our Easter service and celebrate with family and friends. Don’t forget to stop by and see us the next Sunday before or after the service!
 
If you have any questions, send us an email here!


One More Week for Easter Books!

This Sunday (March 25), Palm Sunday, is your last chance to pick up books on Easter and Good Friday before Easter! The Library will be closed on Easter Sunday (April 1), so make sure to stop by this Sunday, so you don’t miss out.
 
You can take a look at our books about Easter and Good Friday in our online catalog here. If you already looked there last week be sure to check again because we have added some books to that collection. We have many books (and DVDs) for adults, children, and families dealing with different aspects of Easter and Good Friday and why they are so significant. Make sure to stop by the library on Sunday and see all the books!
 
We also have two copies of the book When God Weeps by Joni Eareckson Tada and Steven Estes available for checkout. If you were in church last Sunday, you may remember Elder Dan O’Connor‘s moving prayer which involved reading a selection of this book out loud. If you are interested in the rest of the book, you can check it out this Sunday!
 
The FPC Library is open before and after the service on Sunday mornings. You can contact us by sending us an email here!