Traditional: 8:15AM & 11:00AM | The Current 9:40AM

St. Mark’s Library

Have You Tried Our Electronic Catalog?

Available anytime…anywhere, the catalog can be accessed from your phone, computer or other device. Search the Electronic Catalog by title, author, or subject. Instructions and video tutorials are available on the News and Message screen.

New Arrivals

Catch a Star – WNBA star Tamika Catchings tells her story of overcoming adversity on the way to becoming a champion with the Indiana Fever team.
Take a Chance on Me – Award winning author Susan Warren’s Christy Award winning novel where faith and family meet real life.
Case for Faith for Kids – Lee Strobel answers questions about faith that even adults often struggle to answer. (Children’s shelf)
Unafraid – Adam Hamilton applies practical Biblical wisdom and also from his years as a pastor for living with courage and hope in
uncertain times.
In This Moment – Karen Kingsbury’s new Baxter family novel dealing with the nuances of religious freedom and its cost.

All Saints (DVD) – The inspiring true story of a salesman-turned-pastor, the tiny church he was ordered to shut down, and a group of refugees who risked everything to save it.
Born on Third Base – Chuck Collins offers bold new solutions to bridging the economic divide and re-engaging the well-off in rebuilding
communities for the future. (UMW Shelves)
Until the Harvest – With this sequel to “Miracle in a Dry Season” author Sara Thomas takes us on a journey of broken souls restored.
One Well: The story of water on earth – Strauss’s richly illustrated book provides valuable perspectives on the sources of water, it’s value, present threats, and constructive suggestions for water conservation.  (UMW Shelves)


Online Bible

Be sure to check out the latest new feature of our online catalog. Numerous versions of the Bible are available online with search capabilities and audible features. These can also be accessed anywhere and anytime on your mobile device.

Questions and comments can be directed to the church librarians at [email protected].