Wednesday, August 04, 2021

The UALC Libraries

UALC maintains resources at both Lytham Road and Mill Run.

Access the Online Library Catalog

What's available at the libraries?

Children's books, DVDs, books for new readers, Bible storybooks and many translations of the Bible. We also have Adventures in Odyssey CDs (excellent for car trips) and magazines.

Parents will find excellent resources that can be used to help plant seeds for the Kingdom of God in the hearts of children!

Teen-friendly books, DVDs, music, and Bibles in several translations.

Adults will find resources about God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and His Word.

Bibles in many translations and Bible study aides including commentaries and dictionaries. They will also find:
• Small group Bible study resources and DVDs, and cds.
• Parenting resources including books and DVDs.
• Christian fiction.
• Biographies.                                 
• Devotions and Christian living.                         
• Christian nonfiction.

Reserve DVDs: UALC has a variety of DVDs on reserve by teachers such as Beth Moore and Priscilla Shirer. Most WOW (Women of the Word) series can be found in the reserve dvd cases, at Mill Run and Lytham Road. Locked display cases are located near the receptionist's desk, and may be accessed when a receptionist is on duty. In many cases, participant workbooks and leader guides are also available on UALC library shelves. Check the UALC library card catalog for titles. Receptionists have an inventory that lists available titles (located in the Reserve DVD tub behind the receptionist's desk).


How Do I Check Out an Item?
We use a self-checkout procedure — directions are posted on the desks. Please return items promptly so we can continue to circulate the excellent resources that God has provided. If you need to keep materials longer, please let us know.

  • Books and music circulate for one month.
  • DVDs should be returned next Sunday.
  • Return items to either building. 

Need Help?

Check with one of our library ministers on Sunday morning or email UALC library.