The library, or Koinonia* Room, is located between the Fellowship Hall and the church office and is accessible from either room. Head to the library for Bible study reference material, devotionals, and a wide variety of Christian fiction and nonfiction titles. The Children’s Corner is the perfect place for younger members to find something of interest, and the Archives Center the place to review the historical documents of the congregation. And be sure to join us for a book discussion – we meet three or four times a year.
*”Koinonia” is the Greek term for a community that has deep, intimate bonds and cares for one another.
The Prayer Room, located down the east hall and across from the Sunday School rooms, is available all day, every day. A comfy chair, carpeted floor, dim lights, and soft music make this space warm and welcoming for private reflection and prayer.
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CafÉ and Gather
Café and Gather are publications from the Women of the ELCA. Café is an online magazine for young adult women that incorporates a Lutheran perspective into the faith issues that women face today. Gather is a print magazine that offers a mix of articles, theological reflections, devotions, and stories of comfort and challenge. It’s available by subscription; copies are also available in the library.
God Pause Daily Devotions
God Pause email devotions are short, meaningful reflections on the following Sunday’s lessons written by Luther Seminary alumni/ae.