Thursday, April 8, 2010

National Library Week at UUCLC Lending Library

ALA Graphics poster with UUCLC Lending Library partner logo: National Library Week, April 11-17, 2010. "It's a hub of activity where communities thrive. In tough economic times, libraries give free access to books and computers, homework help, assistance with resumes and job searches, accurate financial information, adult education courses, assistance for new Americans, CDs, DVDs and much more."


This Sunday marks the beginning of National Library Week, April 11-17. What better opportunity to acquaint yourself with our UUCLC Lending Library? Look for the rolling cart full of books in the main hall on Sundays.

The mission of the UUCLC Lending Library is to serve as a resource for deeper understanding of the Unitarian Universalist faith and to present our congregation with reading material from a variety of spiritual traditions.

Some of its recent acquisitions include Forrest Church's sure-to-be-a-classic book, Love and Death. We also have four copies available of the UU Pocket Guide.

Another resource, also newly-arrived, is A Chosen Faith, a classic introductory text on Unitarian Universalism.

Combine these resources with a variety of other fiction and nonfiction books, many donated to the library by members of our own congregation, and you have a dynamic resource that helps our UU community thrive.

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