Our mission is to offer the best in Christian literature to encourage, edify and equip you. The Knox Library offers a tremendous wealth of materials for all ages — books, CDs, DVDs. We offer materials on spiritual growth, Bible study, parenting and families, marriage, prayer, social concerns, missions, theology and lots of Christian fiction, as well as story books for our very youngest patrons.
Location and Hours
Located between Knox Hall and the Music Room
Sunday Hours: 10:45 AM – 12:15 PM
Wednesday Hours: 7:00 – 8:30 PM (most Wednesdays during the school year)
- All Knox members and regular attenders are welcome to borrow the Library resources. You may establish borrowing privilege by stopping in the Library and filling out a New Patron Request form.
- Books may be borrowed for 4 weeks; DVDs and CDs may be borrowed for 2 weeks.
- Limit of 5 items per patron, 3 of which can be CDs or DVDs
- Patrons are asked to keep all materials as clean and scratch-free as possible. It is expected that lost or damaged items will be replaced at the expense of the person who last checked it out.
Knox Library Online
Access the Knox Library catalog online. Explore the library collection by title, author, or subject. Or simply enter information in the Basic Search field to begin. The online catalog can also be accessed from the patrons’ computer in the Library.
Donating Items to the Library
The Library appreciates donations of gently used Christian books and AV media (no VHS or cassettes). If you wish to donate items to the Library, please provide a list with the items’ titles, publishers, and publishing dates. The list can be emailed to Ruthann Donkin. We will check if they are already in our collection, and if not, determine if they fit our selection policy.
Volunteering in the Library
Would you enjoy volunteering in the Knox Library? The Library regularly needs volunteers to help with cataloging, shelving, preparation of materials, helping patrons, and assisting with special projects. We’d love to have your help! Training provided. All you need is a love of books and a desire to minister to others who use the Library. Stop in and talk to a volunteer on duty, or email Ruthann Donkin.
We welcome your input! Please let us know how we are doing, or let us know how we can help you. Looking for a book we don’t have? Tell us about it; we’ll do our best to get it. Want to reserve a book that is currently checked out? Let us know. There are forms at the circulation desk for these purposes.
Stop in and see what’s awaiting you at the Knox Library!