MPC Community Library
The Greenhoe Library and children's Rainbow Library have books of all genres for adults, youth, and children to enjoy. Located on the second floor of MPC between the steps and Mayton Hall. The Greenhoe and Rainbow Libraries are easy to find and available to everyone when the church is open.
The Greenhoe Library
Inside the Greenhoe Library are books of all genres for adults and older youth. 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
The Rainbow Library houses our growing collection of children's picture books that 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. Also check out our assortment of Who Is? and Who Was? books.
Art in the Library - Doug vanhala
The Greenhoe Library welcomes you to visit another outstanding Art in the Library exhibit.
Doug is a retired Special Education teacher from Pinconning and Hale area schools and a former Alaska commercial fisherman.
Initially majoring in art and drama at Western Michigan University. He graduated a decade later with a Communication Arts and Sciences degree, minoring in Elementary Education. His wife, Janis and him have been active members of MPC since 1987. A special thank you to Guy Lynch and the others who initiated the MPC Art Show several years ago. This show offers a chance to spark the creative impulse and to motivate energy to frame and hang unfinished items.
We are grateful to be able to share the work of another talented artist in our midst.