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Library and Archives

Library and Literature Stall

The knowledge of our congregation is enhanced by the excellent collection of books available for borrowing from the library in Hewett Centre, and taped and printed sermons and new Unitarian books for sale at the Literature Stall.

Dedicated volunteers who serve one Sunday a month maintain these collections. Volunteers are welcome. Ask the Sunday librarian for information about the committee, or contact the committee chair, David Buchanan.

The library is open every Sunday until 1 pm, offering three-week loans of magazines and fiction and nonfiction books that reflect Unitarian values.

There is also a literature stall that provides copies of sermons and other publications for sale.

Lifespan Program Library

The Lifespan Faith Office has a large collection of books that support our programs and worship services. Picture books, children’s and teens literature, reference books, curriculum for all ages, Unitarian and Unitarian-Universalist history, readings, poetry, and more. Our collections are located in our program rooms as well as the Lifespan Faith office in the admin building, all are available to be checked-out.

Anyone can browse our catalogue from the button above and login to place a hold with the password: relibrary

If it is your first time using the Lifespan Program Library you will need to email Kiersten to be added to the patron list before requesting a book.

Archives Committee

The primary responsibility of the Archives Committee is to collect, organize, and preserve church records that have long-term legal, administrative, and historical value dating back to 1909.

Anyone interested in working in this aspect of the congregation is more than welcome.