First Corpus Media Library

Room 231, next to the church office

Sunday

9:45 – 10:15am

10:45 – 11:15am

5 – 6pm

Tuesday

10am-2pm

Wednesday

1-4pm

The goal of the Media Library is to provide resources to enlighten, encourage, guide, stimulate, and assist church members as they seek to strengthen their personal relationship with the Lord. We currently have over 14,000 items available, including a variety of fiction and nonfiction for children and adults, biblical commentaries, family movies, and group study kits. Children can enjoy a book with their parents in our cozy reading area, and we have tables and a computer to aid biblical study.
 

Library Catalog

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Monthly Book Club

Meets the 2nd Sunday of the month 5:30-7pm 
 
Next book club meeting to discuss Spies of the Balkans will be Sunday, Aug.14th at 5:30pm in the Library (second floor, room 231).
 
In the latest of what he calls “historical espionage” novels, spy writer Alan Furst is working at the top of his powers. Spies of the Balkans takes us to Salonika in 1940 — just as Mussolini has decided to invade Greece — and carries us along with convincing historical details and heart-pounding plot-making. This fine mix gives the brutal military and social history of Europe in World War II a feeling perspective.  With great attention to detail, the author creates a main character who transitions from a powerful police detective with a questionable history to one with the moral courage to help undermine the coming Nazi rule.  With extraordinary historical detail and a superb cast of characters, Spies of the Balkans is a stunning novel about a man who risks everything to fight back against an evil world.  Please join us in the library on Sunday, August 14 at 5:30 PM for our discussion of Spies of the Balkans.
 

Checkout Limits

  • 15 items for staff & FBC member families
  • 10 items for FBS parents
  • 5 items for eligible public accounts
See librarian for details.
Default borrowing window is 2 weeks.
Questions? Email Library Director