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Upcoming Events
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SUN
Worship Service
9am - Berlin Center UMC
11am - LeValley UMC
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MON
General Church Office Hours
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday-Thursday
Boy Scouts Meet
7:00 PM
at LVUMC
OCT

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TUE
General Church Office Hours
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday-Thursday
Cub Scouts Meet
7:00 PM
at LeValley UMC
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WED
General Church Office Hours
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday-Thursday
Ionia Food Pantry (Zion UMC)
2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
(Washington Street) Volunteers are always welcome!
OCT

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THU
General Church Office Hours
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday-Thursday
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SUN
Worship Service
9am - Berlin Center UMC
11am - LeValley UMC
Bible Search
LeValley Library
Librarian: Karen Wambaugh
Welcome to the LeValley United Methodist Church Library!
 
The LeValley United Methodist Church has a very resourceful Christian library. The "Book & DVD" cart is located in the commons area before entering into the sanctuary.  You are most encouraged to come and check-out the variety of books and other media materials that are here for your enjoyment and reading adventures!
 
The most valuable, favorite and best book of all time to read is the 'Good book' ~ The HOLY BIBLE.
 
LIBRARY NEWS   

Library News October 2018

 

As the weather starts to cool and we might be spending a little less time out of doors we have a few new books added to our reading cart for your pleasure.

Our first selection is The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley. This is a mystery book which takes place in 1950’s England where are slueth is eleven year old girl named Flavia de Luce. She has a passion for chemistry and poisons! It is a wonderfully told tale as she tries to unravel why a stranger has died in her cucumber patch! This is the first in a series and I hope to read more books telling of Flavia’s adventures.

Our second selection is The Scent of Water by Elizabeth Goudge the author of The Little White Horse discussed in September’s newsletter. We are back in Engleand again this time in the mid 1960’s. Mary Lindsay, a born Londoner, decides to leave her job and move to the little country village where she has inherited a home she visited once as a child. In doing so, she learns much about herself and the delightful residents of Appleshaw.

Our non-fiction selection this month is Up- A Mother and Daughter’s Peakbagging Adventure by Patricia Ellis Herr. It tells the real life adventure of Trish and Alex, while she was age 5 and 6, as they hike all of New Hampshire’s 48 mountains that are above 4,000 feet. It tells of Alex’s desire and spirit and how her mother, Tricia, planned and prepared for these hikes and the lessons that they learned.

Hope that you will find a book this month at will delight, educate, entertain or encourage you.

 

Karen Wambaugh Librarian