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About Our Library
The LRBC library is a treasure trove of Bible study materials and inspirational resources, as well as an excellent source of biographies and Christian fiction. We have books for children of all ages and a good selection of DVDs for families and children.
Recently remodeled, reorganized, and updated, our library is an excellent and inexpensive resource of wholesome materials for the whole family.
The library is kept open and materials are loaned out on an honor system. It is conveniently located inside the first door in the gym.
Checking Out and Returning Materials
When checking out materials, sign and date the card, usually located inside the back cover of the book. Cards for DVDs are located inside the case. Use the current date when dating the card. Then place the library card in the available box.
When returning materials, simply place them on the blue cart. PLEASE DO NOT return items to the book shelves.
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LRBC Donation Policy
We are happy to receive donations of books and DVDs to our library with the understanding that if they do not meet the needs of our particular collection, they will be donated to Friends of the Library. We no longer accept video tapes or cassette tapes.
A number of quality books for Bible study were recently donated by our former Senior Pastor from his personal library. These are being added to our shelves as quickly as they are processed for check-out. Sunday school teachers, Bible teachers and students of the Bible will find these items valuable in expanding their understanding of God’s Word.
Our collection of Christian fiction includes books by such popular authors as Francine Rivers, Julie Klassen, and Joel C. Rosenberg. If you like historical fiction, “The Saskatchewan Saga” series of four volumes by Ruth Glover is recommended. To locate one of these books simply go to our fiction shelves and look for the first three letters of the author’s last name.