Library

Memorial Presbyterian Church is blessed to have two libraries. They are open on a self-serve basis whenever the church is open.

The Greenhoe Library has books of all genres for adults and older youth to enjoy.  You will find Bibles, commentaries, and devotional, inspirational, and reference materials. Also popular are our many novels and recently published nonfiction. Our media includes DVDs, sermons on CD, and magazines found in the hall rack.

The Rainbow Library has a growing collection of picture books that will enhance faith and biblical knowledge as well as encourage reading. We have added interesting chapter books for the independent reader. Many of the new selections are found on the hall shelves outside the Rainbow Library. We have an extensive collection of books that have won the Caldecott Award ― from Dorothy Lathrop's Animals of the Bible in 1938 to Chris Raschka's A Ball For Daisy in 2012

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New Books in the Rainbow Library

The Rainbow Library is a wonderful place to share books with your children. Below are our suggestions from the recent arrivals. Check them out in the Rainbow Library  or on the shelves of the Raindrop in Room 116.

I Will Chomp You by John Jory

I Will Chomp You
by John Jory

You're Here for a Reason by Nancy Tillman

You're Here for a Reason
by Nancy Tillman

Strega Nona's Harvest by Tomie dePaola

Strega Nona's Harvest
by Tomie dePaola


New Books in the Greenhoe Library

For all the booklovers out there, highlighted below are some new books in our Greenhoe library.

And After Many Days by Jowhor Ile

And After Many Days
by
Jowhor Ile

The Daniel Prayer by Anne Graham Lotz

The Daniel Prayer
by Anne Graham Lotz

The Shack by Wm. Paul Young

The Shack
by Wm. Paul Young


Art in the Library

Art in the Library

The Greenhoe Library is pleased to announce our new Art in the Library exhibit by Mary Starr.

We welcome you to the library to view the colors and detail of Mary’s floral watercolors. These beautiful paintings will remain for three months.  We thank Mary for sharing her talent a second time as we enjoy these wonderful rotating exhibits.