Masks can be worn at your discretion except when singing or in the company of children and youth. 
Please continue to bring your mask so you can be ready to show kindness in wearing it when needed.
Office Hours: Sunday 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.; Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.; Friday 9:00am-12:00pm; Closed Saturday.

Learn about the Grace Library 

Upcoming Events


  • September - National Library Card Month. Book marks will be distributed after each service one Sunday this month.

  • April – National Library Month - Please visit your Grace Library – Room 233 – Grace authors will be recognized.

Recent Articles/Reviews


Library: Parenting In The Pews

This book has just been added to the GUMC library. Author Robbie Castleman provides insight and suggestions for making the church worship service an adventure for your child. For the full report click here.

Christian Fiction Trilogy: The Sword, The Gift, and The Kingdom

Here are quick reviews of these three books by Bryan M. Litfin. They are great Christian novels for men. Check them out from the Grace UMC library. For the full report click here.


After much development and organization by a very dedicated team of individuals, the Grace Church Library opened on September 26, 2010, in support of Christian education, religious literacy, and the simple joy of reading. Located in the stained-glass ambience of Room 223 (see below for window information), the Grace Library features books, resources, and media for children, teens and adults. The Library collection includes reference material, adult and children's fiction and non-fiction, and audio/visual materials. Christmas and Easter stories for children are clearly marked and easy to find. For adults, the Library contains selections from diverse perspectives on theology, other religions, social issues, biography, history, and other topics of interest. Also offered are commentaries, dictionaries, maps, and other materials of use to teachers and participants of the various Christian education classes and study groups at Grace Church. For parents, teachers, families, and caregivers of those with special needs (in conjunction with the Grace Open Doors Special Needs Ministry), the Library maintains a collection of helpful resources available for check-out at any time. Come "check us out" in Room 223!


Wayne Churchill Window

The stained glass window in the Grace Library was originally part of our former church edifice. It was re-acquired, along with several other windows, refurbished and re-installed in the church library. This window has been dedicated in memory of Wayne Churchill.