Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Library

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Welcome to the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Library online catalog!

Using this system, you can search for library resources, find out if the materials you are looking for are available and then submit a request to reserve them. A PIN number is required to reserve books. To obtain your PIN, send an e-mail to churchlibrary@princeof

To get started, simply type in the .Search. box above the name of an author, title or subject and click on GO.

When your results are displayed, select an item you want to reserve by putting a check mark in the box next to the title and clicking on the .Add to Mediagraphy. bar. When finished with your selections, click on .Display Mediagraphy. and then .Request to Reserve Selected..

You will be asked for your barcode and PIN number, then click on .Send Request.. Once the Library has provided you with your barcode and PIN, keep it handy for future use.

Stop by the Library to pick up your items! They will be held for you for 2 weeks. Limit of 6 items on reserve per patron at one time, please.


The library mission is to provide Christian media & services to all people in the Name of Jesus Christ. Media includes Christian books, audio/video tapes, software, periodicals, and reference materials for children and adults.

Current Library Hours:
Sunday: 9:00AM to 12:30PM
Tuesday: 9:00AM to 12:00PM
Thursday: 9:00AM to 12:00PM

Library services include study and reading areas with coffee and soda bar, reserves and renewals by telephone and personalized reference. There is also an area for parents to read with children. Computer workstations & software and Internet access are available. The library also accepts donations for memorials and celebrations through the Bless-A-Child and Bless-A-Friend programs.

All media must be checked out during library hours. Books may be checked out for three (3) weeks; audio/visual material may be checked out for one (1) week. Media may be returned to the library or to the Library kiosk in the Fellowship Center.

Volunteers help keep our library up-to-date by filing, re-shelving, and placing new books into circulation. To volunteer or for questions, contact Cylvia Stevenson, or