HCC Library Information, News and Announcements!
Library Ministry Contact
Joan D and Mary Ann H.
The library is open
whenever the church is open and members and friends are
encouraged to come and browse.
The library's growing collection of Christian fiction
provides leisure-reading opportunities for adults and
children. Parents, young people, teachers, youth leaders,
couples, singles, people going through difficult times or
happy times can find encouragement, insight, and help for
personal or ministry needs in the large non-fiction section.
Videos offer entertainment or education to kids and
grown-ups. The church library is an important resource for
The HCC Library is to be a teaching tool, important to study
for the individual, the class, and the congregation. The
library can support the mission of the church as well as the
growth of individual members' faith.
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HCC Library News and
The Library Function:
- Educational growth needs
of the congregation.
- Stimulate and encourage
reading by members.
- Books for children's
- Resource materials for
- A wide variety and
format of resources.
HCC Library Info:
Our library has a variety of resources to be used by
individuals. There are children's books, bible resource
materials, personal faith development resources, a selection
of popular Christian fiction novels, Christian magazines,
videos and DVDs, music CDs and cassettes.
Our library is supported by the Haverhill Christian Church
through a small budget and generous donations by individuals
in the congregation. We currently have over 400 books and
other media cataloged!
We are in the planning stage of acquiring another bookshelf
for our expanding collection.
Praise the Lord!
- Books are ordinarily
kept for a two week period and may be renewed for the
- Teachers using books as
part of their lesson preparation are entitled to longer
- Fines are not charged,
but everyone should feel responsible for returning
time so that others may enjoy them. Overdue reminders
may be mailed out.
- Reference books should
be checked out for bare minimum of time so that maximum
use may be gained from circulating the books.
How To Check Out:
Each book that has been cataloged has a pocket and card on
the inside back flap.
- Please fill out your
name and date due (2 week period) on the card.
- File card under the
Title of the book, in the box located on the counter by
- Remember to record the
date due in your book on the "Date Due" slip, located on
the inside front flap.
- When returning
materials, please leave on the counter in the
appropriate marked spot, so that library volunteers can
return items to their proper place.