At the start of the 20th Century Andrew Carnegie gave sixty million dollars to build 1689 libraries in the United States. In the Great Depression public libraries were called the “intellectual breadline” and were often referred to as “the poor man’s university.” A library allows you to become expert on any subject you wish and without tuition. When you visit Trinity’s library you will be surprised at the rich resources you will find.
We offer a wide selection of today’s most popular authors: Charles Swindoll, Charles Stanley, C. S. Lewis, Max Lucado, Rick Warren, James Dobson, Josh McDowell, and many others. You can find informative books on finding God’s purpose for your life, coping with sorrow, succeeding financially, knowing the Jesus and the Holy Spirit, commentaries on the New and Old Testaments, deep, rich theology and fascinating fiction. The library is located just west of the plaza area. Checking out a book is easy: just fill out the card found inside the back cover of the book and drop it on the desk.