Crossings Library exists to provide a collection of materials for members and friends which will: provide for the support of the church, its mission, and ministry; serve all who seek to grow in their understanding of the Christian faith; provide materials that encourage Christian responses to life situations and experiences through faith.
The Crossings Library is another benefit for our Crossings members that we encourage you to use.
We provide various genres of good fiction and nonfiction. Besides our relevant and current selection of books, the library also features reference and study area, computer station, iPad station, Noah’s Ark with puppets, Thomas the Train, Lego Table, and Puzzles.
We’re currently unable to accept book donations for the Library — if you wish to donate books, please contact Crossings Community Clinic or Friends of the Library for possible donation options. Thank you!
Due to some computer issues, the Library will be closed temporarily until further notice. Please return any books currently checked out as soon as possible.
Reference and Study Area
Our Reference and Study Area includes many Bible tools and a computer with Bible software conducive for personal study.
Three iPads provide lots of games and activities for children from ages 2-9.
Noah’s Ark with Puppets:
This is a fun area for children to use their imagination as they create dialogue for the multiple puppets.
Thomas the Train, Lego Table, and Puzzles:
These toys make the library a great destination for young children as they explore their world through play.
Want to see if the Crossings Library has a particular book? You can with our web-based catalog. Follow the steps below to utilize this wonderful resource:
- Go to library.crossings.church to get to the Welcome page.
- Click on the highlighted “Crossings Community Church Library” to get to the catalog.
- You can search by title, author, subject, series title, or keyword for a basic search.
- Or use “and,” “or,” “not,” or a call number for advanced searching.
Director of Resources