Library for Peace
the library your mother warned you about
Currently closed due to
If you have questions or to
make an appointment during
the week, please contact us at
299-9063 or email Melissa at
Angels, Alcoholism, Aardvarks, Banned Books, Bible, Bigotry, Buddhism,
Children’s Library, Christianity, Comedies, Documentaries, Dragons, Dramas, DVDs, Eating Disorders, Faith, Fiction, Great Decisions Series, Greek, Hebrew, Hinduism, History Around the World, Humanism, Islam, Jesus, LGBTQ, Lost Book of the Bible, Lost Christianities, Mental Health, Mysticism, Native Americans, New age, New Testament, Novels, Philosophy, Poetry, Politics, Religion, Science, Short Stories, Social Justice, Spiritual Leaders, Spiritualism, Taoism, Wisdom, Zen. . . and many more!
Library for Peace Children’s Library
Reading is one of the most important activities that you can encourage your children to do. It’s entertaining, thought provoking,
and absolutely critical to success later in life.
As the church slowly opens up to in person services, we look forward to the library opening someday soon. We want to share the four most popular books of our collection.
You can wait until we open or order these books below from online bookstores.
Stay healthy! Stay safe!
Books in the
Library for Peace
to Talk About:
Tolle illuminates the fundamental elements of his teaching, addressing the needs of the modern seeker by drawing from all spiritual traditions. At the core of the book is what the author calls “the state of presence,” a living in the ‘now’ that is both intensely inspirational and practical.
Of the many recent books on the historical Jesus, none has explored what the latest biblical scholarship means for personal faith. Now Marcus Borg addresses the yearnings of those who want a fully contemporary faith that welcomes rather than oppresses our critical intelligence and openness to the best of historical scholarship.
Jonathan Haidt shows how moral judgments arise not from reason but from gut feelings. He shows why liberals, conservatives, and libertarians have such different intuitions about right and wrong, and he shows why each side is actually right about many of its central concerns.
An intimate, powerful, and inspiring memoir by the former First Lady of the United States