St. Columba's Episcopal Church

The Craig Eder Library

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The Craig Eder Library, named for a beloved former priest of the parish, has more than 6,000 titles for parishioners of all ages and interests.

The children’s and youth sections include picture books, read-alouds, Bible stories and many books you might not think of as overtly spiritual but that have important messages about life and faith.

The reference section features Bibles, concordances, dictionaries of theology, information on saints and other scholarly works. A section on spirituality features books on meditation and prayer, a series on Western spirituality and a fine collection of books on Celtic spirituality.

The spinner showcases books that are appropriate to the season of the year or selected around a particular theme.

The full library catalogue is available online as well as in notebooks on the counter at the back of the library.

The library is self-service and managed by volunteers. Located on the second floor near the Albemarle Street entrance, it is open Sunday mornings (volunteers may be present to offer help) and on weekdays during office hours. Stop by to browse our offerings or sit on the couch and read awhile.

To check out a book, please follow the directions posted by the checkout station.

Click on the following link for more information:

Craig Eder Library Online Catalogue

Contacts: Marina Davis and Margaret LeFever (libraryleader@columba.org)

Photo: Wayne C. Fowler


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