Women's Ministry Book Club books are available in the FBC Library!

The FBC Library is open Sundays 8-11 a.m. and Wednesdays 5-7 p.m.You can check out books any time! Use the links below to reserve books, and you will be contacted when they are ready to be picked up in the Atrium.

Access Account or Search Catalog

Account login is not required to view the catalog. 


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With an FBC Library account, you can reserve books, renew checked out books, and create reading lists.

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Searching the catalog is easy with the Librista App!

Using your location and account login, you can access the catalog on Apple and android devices:

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 Librista app on Google play  

Our library comprises biblically-based and family-oriented books. We also have a selection of movies, Bible study DVDs/videos, and music. If you don't have a library account, come by the library or email   to get started. You don't have to be a member of FBC to check out materials from the library.

If there is a specific book you are looking for and it is not available in the library catalog, send your book request to  .

Location: Downstairs to the right of the Old Fellowship Hall  
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Send an e-mail request to  to find out about new books available in the library, featured displays, and upcoming library events.

A word from the FBC Library

Read something everyday.  Reading helps reduce stress!  “Reading is found to decrease blood pressure, lower heart rate, and reduce stress to significant degrees.” — World Literacy Foundation

Read things that edify. Philippians 4:8 ~ Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.

Practical ideas on how to read something everyday:

1.  Sign up to receive an encouraging email everyday.  There are countless options.  The Daily Encourager is a great one.

2. Start reading the book of John with a friend or a family member.  Set a time each day or week to call each other and discuss.

3.  Swap a book with a neighbor.  Ask your neighbors if they want to do a book exchange.  You might find a new book series or author that you like, and you can build relationships with your neighbors at the same time!

4.  Sign up for a instant First Regional Library card  and checkout an e-book or an audio book.