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          Welcome to the WBC Library!

  • We have about three thousand cataloged items for all ages.
    Please check us out.
  • Books

  • Bibles
  • Biographies
  • Church History
  • Christian Fictional Works
  • Children's Books
  • Helps with Christian Living
  • Reference Works

  • DVDs and Videos

  • Bible Charactors, Studies, Teaching Sermans
  • Church History
  • Discipleship
  • Financial Stewardship
  • Marriage Building
  • Music, Country and Western, Contempoary Artists
  • Popular Family Videos

  • Cassettes

  • By Noted Christian Authors
  • Bible on Tape
  • Sermons
  • Teaching Tapes

  • Christian Magazines and Periodicals from a number of organizations

    Woodlawn is regularly adding new books, DVD's, CD's and other resources for your pleasure and study.

  • The church library is located on the second floor, down the hall from the church office.

  • Library Accessibility and Borrowing

  • The library is open Sunday from 9 to 9:30 AM, Tuesday to Friday from 9 to 11:30 AM. There is a catalog available which lists holding by author and by subject.

  • There is not always an on-site librarian, but signs provide checkout procedures. To borrow an item, just fill out a card and place it in the box by the main door.

  • When you are finished with the book please return it to the library and place it the "Returned Books Cart."
    PLEASE DO NOT RESHELVE BOOKS.

  • Volunteers and Resources Needed

  • Your involvement can help ensure quality library service for future generations. The library needs additional volunteers.

  • If you would like to help with the library ministry, or have suggestions please contact the church office at 401-724-6390.

  • Members and friends of the church often donate items to the library contributing to a rich collection. Woodlawn accepts gifts of books, periodicals, DVD's, CD's and videos, but donors should keep in mind when contemplating their gifts that acquisition rests with the library staff, and will be made according the their selection criteria such as consistency with the church's statement of faith, standards of quality, factual content, appropriateness of materials, and need.


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