Libraries

Brown Bag and a Book

Join other readers every third Monday of the month from 12–1 pm in room H018 to discuss the book of the month. All readers are invited to participate so come and enjoy the discussion whether you have read the book or not. Beverages will be provided but please bring your lunch. 

Upcoming Schedule:

  • June 19 - The Hawk and The Dove by Penelope Wilcock
  • July 17 - My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier
  • Aug. 21 - The Awakening of Miss Prim by Natalia Fenollera
  • Sept. 18 - A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
  • Oct. 16 - The Reformation: How a Monk and a Mallet Changed the World by Stephen J. Nichols
     

The Meyercord Adult Library

The Meyercord Adult and Teen Library at HPPC is located on the lower level of the Hunt Building in H018 and is an incredible resource. It exists to help the congregation Grow in Christ by providing materials for Bible study, Christian education and personal discipleship. In keeping with our Presbyterian tendency to support education and to seek thoughtful content, you'll find comprehensive resources for those who want to dive deeper into issues of faith. Many of the newest Christian books are available along with very strong selections of histories, biographies and current fiction and non-fiction. Hours:

  • Wed-Fri: 9 am–1 pm
  • Sun: 9 am – 12:15 pm
  • Mon, Tues & Sat: Closed

Come by and visit one of our outstanding libraries or go online to browse through our entire collection.

The Meyercord Children's Library

The Meyercord Children's Library is located in the Alexander Building, Room 133. This library contains a delightful collection of both classical and current children's books that will keep children engaged and excited about reading. The library also offers a current and useful collection of parenting resources. Hours:

  • Sundays: 9-11 am
  • Mon-Fri: Hours vary

For additional information please call 214-525-4113 or go online to browse through our entire collection.

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