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Resources to serve your spiritual, educational, and recreational interests

“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” – C. S. Lewis

We have over 7000 titles in our library, and you are welcome to come check

out books, audiobooks, and DVDs for all ages anytime our campuses are

open!  We have both nonfiction and fiction, and we encourage you to

browse our library, either in person or online and find something that fits your interests and needs.


South St. Campus Library

Our main church library is located in the Fireside room adjacent to the lobby. The library is open for use any time South St. Campus is open. This family library includes resources for infants through adults.

Keslinger Campus Library – North Side of Lobby

Our Keslinger Campus library includes resources for young adults and adults. The library is open for use any time Keslinger Campus is open.

Children’s Library – Keslinger Campus Lower Level

This library houses a large selection of resources for toddlers through sixth graders. Items may be checked out by parents each Sunday between services, from 10:15 AM. – 10:45 AM and after the second service.

Volunteers Needed

As of September 2018

Our Keslinger Campus Children’s Library is in need of individuals to serve one Sunday morning per month between services and after second service to help families check out resources.

Our Keslinger Campus Adult Library is in need of individuals to serve one Sunday morning per month between services and after second service to help individuals locate and check out resources.

Contact Nancy Wong at if you would like to volunteer.


Checkouts, Returns & Reserves

All members and friends of Chapelstreet Church are welcome to check out materials

A library card is required to check out resources. Card applications are available on both campuses.

Materials checked out from the library can be returned to either campus.

You can reserve items through the online catalog or at either campus library.

Online Catalog

Accessible and informative

Click on online catalog to search our collection 24/7.   If you have a library card, you can see a list of the items you have checked out and also your circulation history.   Items may be reserved and renewed.  You can also keep track of items that you are interested in by adding them to a “book bin” that can be printed out or emailed.

Your last name and then first name, typed in lower case as all one word, is your username.  Your password is the last four digits of your library card.  If you don’t know your library card number or have further questions about the online catalog, please email

Requests for Purchases

We invite you to offer suggestions for future purchases

Requests may be made by filling out a request card available at the library or by emailing  These requests will be considered according to our budget and selection policy.


Christian books, audiobooks, and DVDs

The library accepts new and used donations in good condition without markings. Materials should be published within the last 10 years, unless they are classics. Any materials that we are not able to use will be passed on to other libraries or Christian organizations.

Any resources donated to the library should be clearly marked “Library Donations”.  Donations can be left at either campus Welcome Center or brought to the South St. Campus receptionist during business hours.

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