St. Mark’s Library
The library has moved!
Welcome back to the new and improved St. Mark’s Library. Stop in soon and get acquainted with our new location. The shelves are full of old favorites and new additions to provide support for Bible study, Christian living, mission work, inspirational leisure reading, and materials for Christian education. Search the online catalog by title, author, or subject with your phone, computer or iPad.
The Good Neighbor: The life and works of Fred Rogers. Author Maxwell King traces the personal, professional, and artistic life of an amazing man, beloved by multiple generations. (A DVD of many of Mr. Rogers’ episodes is also available.)
Noel Street – The latest Christmas novel from Richard Paul Evans, author of “The Christmas Box”.
Get It Together – Melanie Cullen provides detailed instructions on how to organize your records so your family won’t have to.
Practicing Resurrection: The Gospel of Mark and radical discipleship – by Janet Wolf (UMW shelves)
Good Grief – Author Granger Westberg’s classic book of timeless wisdom for all who grieve.
Shaken: Fighting to stay strong no matter what comes your way. Young reader’s edition by Tim Tebow.
Legendary Locals of Carmel – Author Debra May provides a look at the early days of Carmel and the many who contributed to its growth along the way.
The Prodigal God – Renowned author and minister Timothy Keller uses one of the best-known Christian parables to reveal a message of hope and salvation.
The Orphan Keeper – Based on a true story, Camron Wright follows the journey of a small Indian child, kidnapped and eventually adopted by an unsuspecting American family, and his search for his birth family.
Psalms for Young Children – Marie Delval’s
collection of Psalms, paraphrased and beautifully illustrated for young readers. (Children’s shelf)
Did you know that….
- You can search the St. Mark’s online catalog by title, author, or subject with your phone, computer or iPad.
- Many books providing support for caregivers are available, including those involved with mental illness, aging issues, illness, and grief.
- A great many titles will also be found to provide support for Bible study, Christian living, Methodism, missionary work, inspirational leisure reading, and Christian education.
- A detailed database is stored offsite for insurance and backup purposes.
- An extensive collection of adult and children’s fiction titles is available.
- The AV collection includes close to 250 titles for children and adults.
- The average copyright date of the collection is a relatively recent 2003.
- Requests can be made or a hold placed on any title by leaving a note on the checkout counter or sending an email to [email protected].
- Suggestions for additions to the collection are always welcome.
- Gifts may be made to the library in the form of memorials or in honor of individuals. Recipients or their families are notified and commemorative book plates are placed in each donated item.
Questions and comments can be directed to the church librarians at [email protected].