The GFUMC Library

Our Library, located in room 201, is maintained to provide reading, learning, and teaching materials for the entire GFUMC congregation. The Library has a variety of books, periodicals, Bible studies, and DVDs available for circulation, as well as an expansive reference section for use in the library.  Our goal is to provide materials for individuals, groups, teachers, and staff, to help promote the spiritual growth of all ages.
 
 

Library

New in the Library
July 2020
 
FICTION:
 
Lift My Eyes, by Magdalen Dugan
 
The Memory Weaver by Jane Kirkpatrick
 
One More River to Cross by Jane Kirkpatrick
 
Then Sings My Soul by Amy K. Sorrells
 
 
NON-FICTION:
 
What If It’s True? A Storyteller’s Journey with Jesus by Charles Martin
 
Stepping Heavenward: One Women’s Journey to Godliness by Elizabeth Prentiss
 
Wait: Thoughts and Practice in Waiting on God
by Rebecca Brewer Stevenson
 
The Good Life: What Jesus Teaches About Finding True Happiness by Derwin Gray
 
Growing With: Every Parent’s Guide to Helping Teenagers and Young Adults Thrive in  Their Faith, Famiy, and Future by Kara Powell
 
Helping People Through Grief by Delores Kuenning
 
A Gentle Answer: “Our Secret Weapon” in an Age of Us Against Them by Scott Sauls
 
 
 
 
 

Hours of Operation

Weekdays- 7:30am-4:30pm
Wednesday (Class Nights) 5:30-7:30pm
Sunday mornings- 8:30am to noon
**Located in Room 201

Assistance

Our Library is self-service; however, if you need assistance, contact Pat Federico or Ann Lee.  A computer at the check out desk is available for searching titles, with instructions posted at the desk.

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Contact Us

We want to serve you and the entire church family!  We appreciate donations of up-to-date, relevant materials in good condition.  Monetary donations and memorials are also welcomed. You may contact us at books@gfumc.net, or one of the committee members listed below:

Pat Federico, Librarian

Jane Waldrop

Marquita Jones

Sheila Harvey