Children and adults admiring the colorful little free library

At Second Unitarian, we technically have 5 libraries. Yes, we Unitarian Universalists love to read!

Main Church Library

Located in the rear of the sanctuary, our Macyl Boruff Memorial Library includes books in the following categories.

Bible History Self Help
Biographies Humanism Social Justice
Christianity Inspirational Readings Spiritual Growth
Church Administration Judaism Unitarian Universalist
Death & Dying Local Authors Women’s Studies
Eastern Religions Native American Studies World Religions
Parents Resources Philosophy & Ethics Worship Service Resources
Green Sanctuary or Nature Religious Education

 

View our library catalog.

 

Little Free Library

Standing in a shady spot near our peace cairn and park benches, both our congregation and our church neighbors enjoy this library. Constructed by the children, youth and teachers in our Religious Education program, the above photo shows us dedicating our little library on June 18, 2017.

Parent’s Library

If you are looking for support as a parent, ideas or guidance, our Parent’s Library has some resources for you. There are books about creating family ritual and traditions, reaching out to your teen and our changing identities as parents.

Our Whole Lives (OWL) Library

This library contains books that are for the individuals and families taking an OWL class. During times when the class is not in session, these books are available for anyone. View the titles.

Children’s Library

This contains books families can check out to share together. We have it broken up into general topic sections:

  • Arts, Crafts, Games and Activities
  • Biographies
  • Coloring Books
  • Death & Dying
  • Environmentalism
  • Evolution
  • Fun Kid Books and Early Readers
  • God and Prayer
  • Golden Rule
  • Little People, Big Book (a series of books)
  • Nature
  • Seasons & Holidays (for world religions)
  • Self/Identity
  • Values
  • World Religions
    • Abrahamic Religions (Christianity, Judiasm, Islam
    • Earth-Centered & Indigenous Faiths
    • Eastern Religions (Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism)